Starting Out with Java: From Control Structures through Data Structures (4th Edition) (What's New in Computer Science) - 4th Edition - by Tony Gaddis, Godfrey Muganda - ISBN 9780134787961
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4th Edition
Tony Gaddis, Godfrey Muganda
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134787961

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Chapter 2.5 - Arithmetic OperatorsChapter 2.6 - Combined Assignment OperatorsChapter 2.7 - Conversion Between Primitive Data TypesChapter 2.9 - The String ClassChapter 2.11 - CommentsChapter 2.14 - Dialog BoxesChapter 3 - Decision StructuresChapter 3.1 - The If StatementChapter 3.2 - The If-else StatementChapter 3.3 - Nested If StatementsChapter 3.4 - The If-else-if StatementChapter 3.5 - Logical OperatorsChapter 3.6 - Comparing String ObjectsChapter 3.8 - The Conditional Operator (optional)Chapter 3.9 - The Switch StatementChapter 3.10 - Displaying Formatted Output With System.out.printf And String.formatChapter 4 - Loops And FilesChapter 4.1 - The Increment And Decrement OperatorsChapter 4.2 - The While LoopChapter 4.3 - Using The While Loop For Input ValidationChapter 4.5 - The For LoopChapter 4.6 - Running Totals And Sentinel ValuesChapter 4.10 - Introduction To File Input And OutputChapter 4.11 - Generating Random Numbers With The Random ClassChapter 5 - MethodsChapter 5.1 - Introduction To MethodsChapter 5.2 - Passing Arguments To A MethodChapter 5.4 - Returning A Value From A MethodChapter 6 - A First Look At ClassesChapter 6.1 - Objects And ClassesChapter 6.2 - Writing A Simple Class, Step By StepChapter 6.3 - Instance Fields And MethodsChapter 6.4 - ConstructorsChapter 6.7 - Scope Of Instance FieldsChapter 6.9 - Focus On Object-oriented Design: Finding The Classes And Their ResponsibilitiesChapter 7 - Arrays And The Arraylist ClassChapter 7.1 - Introduction To ArraysChapter 7.2 - Processing Array ElementsChapter 7.3 - Passing Arrays As Arguments To MethodsChapter 7.6 - String ArraysChapter 7.7 - Arrays Of ObjectsChapter 7.10 - Arrays With Three Or More DimensionsChapter 7.11 - The Selection Sort And The Binary Search AlgorithmsChapter 7.13 - The Arraylist ClassChapter 8 - A Second Look At Classes And ObjectsChapter 8.1 - Static Class MembersChapter 8.8 - The This Reference VariableChapter 8.9 - Enumerated TypesChapter 9 - Text Processing And More About Wrapper ClassesChapter 9.2 - Character Testing And Conversion With The Character ClassChapter 9.3 - More String MethodsChapter 9.4 - The Stringbuilder ClassChapter 9.5 - Tokenizing StringsChapter 9.6 - Wrapper Classes For The Numeric Data TypesChapter 10 - InheritanceChapter 10.1 - What Is Inheritance?Chapter 10.2 - Calling The Superclass ConstructorChapter 10.3 - Overriding Superclass MethodsChapter 10.4 - Protected MembersChapter 10.6 - The Object ClassChapter 10.7 - PolymorphismChapter 10.8 - Abstract Classes And Abstract MethodsChapter 10.9 - InterfacesChapter 11 - Exceptions And Advanced File I/oChapter 11.1 - Handling ExceptionsChapter 11.2 - Throwing ExceptionsChapter 11.3 - Advanced Topics: Binary Files, Random Access Files, And Object SerializationChapter 12 - Javafx: Gui Programming And Basic ControlsChapter 12.1 - Graphical User InterfacesChapter 12.2 - Introduction To ]avafxChapter 12.3 - Creating ScenesChapter 12.4 - Displaying ImagesChapter 12.5 - More About The Hbox, Vbox, And Gridpane Layout ContainersChapter 12.6 - Button Controls And EventsChapter 12.7 - Reading Input With Textfield ControlsChapter 12.8 - Using Anonymous Inner Classes And Lambda Expressions To Handle EventsChapter 12.9 - The Borderpane Layout ContainerChapter 13 - Javafx: Advanced ControlsChapter 13.1 - Styling Javafx Applications With CssChapter 13.2 - Radiobutton ControlsChapter 13.3 - Checkbox ControlsChapter 13.4 - Listview ControlsChapter 13.5 - Combobox ControlsChapter 13.6 - Slider ControlsChapter 13.7 - Textarea ControlsChapter 13.8 - MenusChapter 13.9 - The Filechooser ClassChapter 14 - Javafx: Graphics, Effects, And MediaChapter 14.1 - Drawing ShapesChapter 14.2 - AnimationChapter 14.3 - EffectsChapter 14.4 - Playing Sound FilesChapter 14.5 - Playing VideosChapter 14.6 - Handling Key EventsChapter 15 - RecursionChapter 15.2 - Solving Problems With RecursionChapter 16 - Sorting, Searching, And Algorithm AnalysisChapter 16.1 - Introduction To Sorting AlgorithmsChapter 16.2 - Introduction To Search AlgorithmsChapter 16.3 - Analysis Of AlgorithmsChapter 17 - GenericsChapter 17.1 - Introduction To GenericsChapter 17.2 - Writing A Generic ClassChapter 17.3 - Passing Objects Of A Generic Class To A MethodChapter 17.4 - Writing Generic MethodsChapter 17.5 - Constraining A Type Parameter In A Generic ClassChapter 17.6 - Inheritance And Generic ClassesChapter 17.8 - Generics And InterfacesChapter 17.9 - ErasureChapter 18 - Collections And The Stream ApiChapter 18.1 - Introduction To The Java Collections FrameworkChapter 18.2 - ListsChapter 18.3 - SetsChapter 18.4 - MapsChapter 18.6 - The Stream ApiChapter 19 - Linked ListsChapter 19.1 - Introduction To Linked ListsChapter 19.3 - Doubly Linked And Circularly Linked ListsChapter 20 - Stacks And QueuesChapter 20.3 - Linked Implementation Of StacksChapter 20.6 - Linked List Implementation Of QueuesChapter 21 - Binary Trees, Avl Trees, And Priority QueuesChapter 21.1 - Binary Trees And Their Applications

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