Just Java (TM) 2 by Peter van der Linden

By Peter van der Linden

The number one creation to J2SE 1.5 and enterprise/server-side improvement! a world bestseller for 8 years, simply Javaa 2 is the full, available Java instructional for operating programmers in any respect degrees. totally up to date and revised, this 6th version is greater than a fascinating evaluate of Java 2 typical version (J2SE 1.5) and its libraries: it is also a realistic creation to latest top company and server-side programming concepts. simply Javaa 2, 6th version, displays either J2SE 1.5 and the newest Tomcat and servlet standards. large new assurance comprises: *New chapters on generics and enumerated kinds *New insurance of internet prone, with useful examples utilizing Google and Amazon net companies *Simplified interactive I/O with printf() *Autoboxing and unboxing of primitive forms *Static imports, foreach loop build, and different new language positive factors Peter van der Linden can provide professional recommendation, transparent factors, and crisp pattern courses throughout--including dozens new to this version. alongside the way in which, he introduces: *The middle language: syntax, items, interfaces, nested sessions, compiler secrets and techniques, and masses extra *Key libraries: date and calendar, trend matching, community software program, mapped I/O, utilities and ordinary collections *Server-side know-how: community server structures, an entire tiny HTML internet server, and XML in Java *Enterprise J2EE: Sql and JDBCa instructional, servlets and JSP and masses extra *Client-side Java: basics of JFC/Swing GUI improvement, new type information sharing detailsCompanion website the entire book's examples and pattern courses can be found at http://afu.com.

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Strictly speaking, packages and classes do not have to be directories and files. The Java Language Specification is written to allow implementations to store code in a database or any other kind of repository, and some IDEs do just that. However, "package equals directory" and "class equals file" is the simplest implementation, and the best way to understand the topic. Package naming rules A package name needs to match the directory name where the source and class files are stored. lang" must have its class files in a directory where the last part of the pathname is java\lang (on Windows) or java/lang (on Unix, Linux, the Mac, etc).

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