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Object-Oriented Programming and Java

ISBN-10: 1846289629
ISBN-13: 9781846289620
Edition: 2nd 2008 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $69.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 10/12/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 322
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Presenting two important topics in contemporary software development - object-oriented programming and Java - this title begins with the description of real-world object interaction scenarios and explains how they can be translated, represented and executed using object-oriented programming paradigm.

Preface to 1st Edition
Preface to 2nd Edition
Overview
Acknowledgement
Introduction
Object-Oriented Programming
Objects and Their Interactions in the Real World
Objects and Their Interactions in Programming
Simulation
Java
Summary
Exercises
Object, Class, Message and Method
Objects and Class
Message and Method
Message Components
Method
Client and Server
Creating Objects
Summary
Exercises
A Quick Tour of Java
Primitive Types
Object Definition
Variable Definitions
Methods
Object Instantiation
Object Access and Message Passing
Representational Independence
Overloading
Initialization and Constructors
Expressions, Statements, and Control-flow Mechanisms
Operators
Expression Statements
Control-flow Statements
Blocks
Local Declarations
More Control-flow Statements
Arrays
Result Returned by Method
Summary
Exercises
Implementation in Java
Calculator
The clear() Method
The display() Method
The digit() Method
Operator Methods
Code Execution
Simple User Interface
Another Interface for Calculator Engine
Event-Driven Programming
Summary
Exercises
Classification, Generalization, and Specialization
Classification
Hierarchical Relationship of Classes
Superclass and Subclass
A Class Hierarchy Diagram
Generalization
Specialization
Organization of Class Hierarchy
Abstract and Concrete Classes
Summary
Exercises
Inheritance
Common Properties
Inheritance
Implementing Inheritance
Code Reuse
Making Changes in Class Hierarchy
Change in Property Definition for All Subclasses
Change in Property Definition for Some Subclasses
Adding/Deleting a Class
Accessing Inherited Properties
Inheritance Chain
Multiple Inheritance
Problems Associated with Multiple Inheritance
Contract and Implementation Parts
Contract and Implementation Inheritance
Interface
Multiple Inheritance Using Interface
Attributes in an Interface
Methods in an Interface
Abstract Class and Interface
Extending Interface
Limitations of Interface for Multiple Inheritance
Summary
Exercises
Polymorphism
Static Binding
Dynamic Binding
Operation Overloading
Same Method Signature
Overloading Method Names
Polymorphism
Selection of Method
Incremental Development
Increased Code Readability
Summary
Exercises
Modularity
Methods and Classes as Program Units
Object and Class Properties
Counting Instances
Shared Attributes
Class Attributes
Class Methods
Name Aliases
Controlling Visibility
Packages
The package Keyword
The import Keyword
Encapsulation
Bundling and Information Hiding
Enhanced Software Maintainability
Trade-Off
Summary
Exercises
Exception Handling
Using Exceptions
Exception Terminology
Constructs and Exception Semantics in Java
Defining Exception Objects
Defining Exception Handlers
Raising Exceptions
A Simple Example
Paradigms for Exception Handling
Multiple Handlers
Regular Exception Handling
Accessing Exception Objects
Subconditions
Nested Exception Handlers
Layered Condition Handling
Code Finalization and Cleaning Up
Object Finalization
Block Finalization
Summary
Exercises
Input and Output Operations
An Introduction to the Java API
Reading the Java API Documentation
Basic Input and Output
File Manipulation
File Input
File Output
Printing Using PrintStream
Framework for Code Reuse
DataInputStream and DataOutputStream Byte Stream Class
Character Stream Classes
Tokenizing the Input Using the Scanner Class
Formatting the Output Using the Format String
The File Class
Random Access File Operations
Summary
Exercises
Networking and Multithreading
The Network Model
Sockets in Java
Example Client: Web Page Retriever
Listener Sockets in Java
Example Server: Simple Web Server
Running the Web Server
Considering Multiple Threads of Execution
Creating Multiple Threads of Execution
Thread Creation Using the Thread Class
Thread Creation Using the Runnable Interface
Improvement of Web Server Example
Thread Synchronization and Shared Resources
Summary
Exercises
Generics and Collections Framework
Introduction
Rationale Behind Generics
The Problem
Run-time Type Identification (RTTI)
Java Generics
Generic Class
Generic Method
Collections Framework
Collections Interface
ArrayList Class
HashSet Class
HashMap Class
Sorting Collections
Sort Algorithm
Comparator Interface
Searching Collections
indexOf and contains Methods
binarySearch Method
Summary
Exercises
Graphical Interfaces and Windows
The AWT Model
Basic AWT Constituents
Frames
Components
Panels
Layout in Panels
Events
Events in JDK 1.1 (and later versions)
Basic Components
Label Component
Button Component
Checkbox Component
CheckboxGroup Component
TextArea Component
Choice Component
List Component
Menus and Menu Items
Dialog Frames
File Dialog Frames
Custom Components
Other Kinds of Class Definitions
Inner Classes
Anonymous Classes
Local Classes
Swing Components
Transiting from AWT to Swing
Model versus View
Summary
Exercises
Applets and Loaders
Applet Characteristics
Applet Life Cycle
Custom Applets
Images and Audio
Animation in Applets
Efficient Repainting
Applet Parameters
Loading Code Dynamically
Security Restrictions for Untrusted Code
Security Policy
Keys
Permissions
Summary
Exercises
Java Servlets
Dynamic Web Pages and Servlets
Tomcat Installation
Downloading and Installation
Configuration
Starting and Stopping Tomcat
Sample Servlet
Servlet Characteristics
Servlet Paramters and Headers
Servlet Output
Handling Sessions
Session Timeout
Concurrency
Customized Processors
Summary
Exercises
Object Serialization and Remote Method Invocation
Object Serialization
Components in Object Serialization
Custom Serialization
The Externalizable Interface
Distributed Computing with Java
RMI and CORBA
Java Limitations
An Overview of Java RMI
Using Java RMI
Setting Up the Environment on Your Local Machine
How RMI Works
An RMI Example
RMI System Architecture
Under the Hood
RMI Deployment
Summary
Exercises
Java Database Connectivity
Introduction
Java Database Connectivity
JDBC Architecture
JDBC Drivers
Types of Drivers
JDBC APIs
Establishing a Connection
Data Manipulation
Data Definition Language (DDL) with JDBC
Creating a Table
Dropping a Table
Data Manipulation Language (DML) with JDBC
Creating (Inserting) Records Using JDBC
Deleting Records Using JDBC
Retrieving Records Using JDBC
Updating Records Using JDBC
Updatable Result Sets
Prepared Statements
Summary
Exercises
Index

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