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Java Precisely, third edition (The MIT Press) 2016 book

Java Precisely, third edition (The MIT Press)

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Java Precisely, third edition (The MIT Press)

edition: 3 
ISBN : 0262529076, 9780262529075 
publisher: The MIT Press 
publish year: 2016 
pages: 212 
language: English 
ebook format : PDF (It will be converted to PDF, EPUB OR AZW3 if requested by the user) 
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Notational Conventions
1 Running Java: Compilation, Loading, and Execution
2 Names and Reserved Names
3 Java Naming Conventions
4 Comments and Program Layout
5 Types
6 Variables, Parameters, Fields, and Scope
7 Strings
8 Arrays
9 Classes
10 Classes and Objects in the Computer
11 Expressions
12 Statements
13 Interfaces
14 Enum Types
15 Exceptions, Checked and Unchecked
16 Compilation, Source Files, Class Names, and Class Files
17 Packages and Jar Files
18 Mathematical Functions
19 String Builders and String Buffers
20 Threads, Concurrent Execution, and Synchronization
21 Generic Types and Methods
22 Generic Collections and Maps
23 Functional Interfaces (Java 8.0)
24 Streams for Bulk Data (Java 8.0)
25 Class Optional (Java 8.0)
26 Input and Output
27 Reflection
28 Metadata Annotations
29 What Is New in Java 8.0

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