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Beschreibung

The Java® Tutorial, Sixth Edition, is based on the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) 8. This revised and updated edition introduces the new features added to the platform, including lambda expressions, default methods, aggregate operations, and more. An accessible and practical guide for programmers of any level, this book focuses on how to use the rich environment provided by Java to build applications, applets, and components.

Expanded coverage includes a chapter on the Date-Time API and a new chapter on annotations, with sections on type annotations and pluggable type systems as well as repeating annotations.

In addition, the updated sections "Security in Rich Internet Applications" and "Guidelines for Securing Rich Internet Applications" address key security topics. The latest deployment best practices are described in the chapter "Deployment in Depth."

If you plan to take one of the Java SE 8 certification exams, this book can help. A special appendix, "Preparing for Java Programming Language Certification," details the items covered on the available exams. Check online for updates.

All of the material has been thoroughly reviewed by members of Oracle Java engineering to ensure that the information is accurate and up to date. This book is based on the online tutorial hosted on Oracle Corporation's website at http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial.



Autorentext

Raymond Gallardo is a senior technical writer at Oracle Corporation. Previous engagements include college instructor, technical writer for IBM, and bicycle courier.

Scott Hommel is a senior technical writer at Oracle Corporation, where he documents the Java SE platform. For the past fifteen years, he has written tutorials, technical articles, and core release documentation for Java SE and related technologies.

Sowmya Kannan wears many hats on the Java SE documentation team including planning, writing, communicating with developer audiences, and tinkering with production tools. She has more than fifteen years' experience in the design, development, and documentation of the Java platform, Java-based middleware, and web applications.

Joni Gordon is a principal technical writer at Oracle Corporation. She has contributed to the documentation for Java SE and for JavaFX. She has been a technical writer for more than fifteen years and has a background in enterprise application development.

Sharon Biocca Zakhour was previously a principal technical writer on staff at Oracle Corporation. She has contributed to Java SE platform documentation for more than twelve years, including The Java(TM) Tutorial, Fourth Edition, and The JFC Swing Tutorial, Second Edition. She has worked as a programmer, developer support engineer, and technical writer for thirty years.



Inhalt

Preface xxiii

About the Authors xxvii

Chapter 1: Getting Started 1

The Java Technology Phenomenon 1

The "Hello World!" Application 5

A Closer Look at the "Hello World!" Application 23

Common Problems (and Their Solutions) 27

Questions and Exercises: Getting Started 31

Chapter 2: Object-Oriented Programming Concepts 33

What Is an Object? 34

What Is a Class? 36

What Is Inheritance? 38

What Is an Interface? 39

What Is a Package? 40

Questions and Exercises: ObjectOriented Programming Concepts 41

Chapter 3: Language Basics 43

Variables 44

Operators 58

Expressions, Statements, and Blocks 68

Questions and Exercises: Expressions, Statements, and Blocks 71

Chapter 4: Classes and Objects 87

Classes 88

Objects 99

More on Classes 107

Nested Classes 121

Enum Types 157

Chapter 5: Annotations 163

Annotations Basics 164

Declaring an Annotation Type 165

Predefined Annotation Types 167

Type Annotations and Pluggable Type Systems 170

Repeating Annotations 171

Questions and Exercises: Annotations 173

Chapter 6: Interfaces and Inheritance 175

Interfaces 175

Inheritance 193

Chapter 7: Generics 219

Why Use Generics? 220

Generic Types 220

Generic Methods 226

Bounded Type Parameters 227

Generics, Inheritance, and Subtypes 229

Type Inference 232

Wildcards 236

Type Erasure 244

Restrictions on Generics 252

Questions and Exercises: Generics 256

Chapter 8: Packages 259

Creating and Using Packages 259

Questions and Exercises: Creating and Using Packages 269

Chapter 9: Numbers and Strings 271

Numbers 271

Characters 287

Strings 288

Chapter 10: Exceptions 309

What Is an Exception? 310

The Catch or Specify Requirement 311

Catching and Handling Exceptions 313

Specifying the Exceptions Thrown by a Method 323

How to Throw Exceptions 324

Unchecked Exceptions: The Controversy 329

Advantages of Exceptions 330

Summary 335

Questions and Exercises: Exceptions 336

Chapter 11: Basic I/O and NIO.2 339

I/O Streams 339

File I/O (Featuring NIO.2) 359

Summary 421

Questions and Exercises: Basic I/O 422

Chapter 12: Collections 423

Introduction to Collections 424

Interfaces 426

Aggregate Operations 471

Implementations 489

Algorithms 505

Custom Collection Implementations 509

Interoperability 513

Chapter 13: Concurrency 519

Processes and Threads 520

Thread Objects 521

Synchronization 527

Liveness 533

Guarded Blocks 535

Immutable Objects 539

High-Level Concurrency Objects 543

Questions and Exercises: Concurrency 555

Chapter 14: Regular Expressions 557

Introduction 558

Test Harness 559

String Literals 560

Character Classes 562

Predefined Character Classes 566

Quantifiers 568

Capturing Groups 574

Boundary Matchers 576

Methods of the Pattern Class 578

Methods of the Matcher Class 583

Methods of the PatternSyntaxException Class 589

Unicode Support 591

Questions and Exercises: Regular Expressions 592

Chapter 15: The Platform Environment 595

Configuration Utilities 595

System Utilities 603

PATH and CLASSPATH 609

Questions and Exercises: The Platform Environment 613

Chapter 16: Packaging Programs in JAR Files 615

Using JAR Files: The Basics 616

Working with Manifest Files: The Basics 627

Signing and Verifying JAR Files 635

Using JAR-Related APIs 642

Questions and Exercises: Packaging Programs in JAR Files 648

Chapter 17: Java Web Start 649

Developing a Java Web Start Application 650

Deploying a Java Web Start Application 653

Displaying a Customized Loading Progress Indicator 656

Running a Java Web Start Application 660

Java Web Start and Security 661

Common Java Web Start Problems 662

Questions and Exercises: Java Web Start 663

Chapter 18: Applets 665

Getting Started with Applets 666

Doing More with Applets 677

Solving Common Applet Problems 707

Questions and Exercises: Applets 708

Chapter 19: Doing More with Java Rich Internet Applications 711

Setting Trusted Arguments and Secure Properties 711

JNLP API 714

Cookies 719

Customizing the Loading Experience 722

Security in Rich Internet Applications 722

Guidelines for Securing RIAs 724

Questions and Exercises: Doing More with Rich Internet Applications 726

Chapter 20: Deployment in Depth 729

User Acceptance of RIAs 729

Deployment Toolkit 731

Java Network Launch Protocol 739

Deployment Best Practices 748

Questions and Exercises: Deployment in Depth 753

Chapter 21: Date-Time 755

Date-Time Overview 756

Date-Time Design Principles 756

The Date-Time Packages 757

Method Naming Conventions 758

Standard Calendar 759

Overview 759

DayOfWeek and Month Enums 760

Date and Time Classes 764

Time Zone and Offset Classes 766

Instant Class 770

Parsing and Formatting 772

The Temporal Package 774

Period and Duration 780

Clock 783

Non-ISO Date Conversion 784

Legacy Date-Time Code 787

Summary 789

Questions and Exercises: Date-Time 791

Chapter 22: Introduction to JavaFX 793

Appendix: Preparation for Java Programming Language Certification 795

Programmer Level I Exam 795

Programmer Level II Exam 801

Java SE 8 Upgrade Exam 801

Index 807

Produktinformationen

Titel: Java Tutorial, The
Untertitel: A Short Course on the Basics
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EAN: 9780133949964
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Pearson ITP
Genre: Programmiersprachen
Anzahl Seiten: 864
Veröffentlichung: 24.11.2014