Java The Complete Reference – Eleventh Edition By Herbert Schildt
The definitive guide to Java programming—thoroughly revised for long-term support release Java SE 11. Fully updated for the current version of Java, Java SE 11, This practical guide from Oracle press shows, step by step, how to design, write, troubleshoot, run, and maintain high-performance Java programs. Inside, bestselling author Herbert Schildt covers the entire Java language, including its syntax, Keywords, and libraries. The book lays out cutting-edge programming techniques and best practices.
Java: the complete reference, eleventh edition features clear explanations, detailed code samples, and real-world examples that demonstrate how Java can be put to work in the real world. Javabeans, servlets, applets, swing, Lambda expressions, multithreading, and the default interface method are thoroughly discussed. Readers will get full details on all of the new features and functions available in Java SE 11. Highlights: 1. Designed for novice, intermediate, and professional programmers alike 2. Source code for all examples and projects are available for download 3. Written in the clear, uncompromising style herb Schildt is famous for.
Book Coverage includes:
•Data types, variables, arrays, and operators
•Classes, objects, and methods
•Method overloading and overriding
•Local variable type inference
•Interfaces and packages
•Enumerations, autoboxing, and annotations
•The I/O classes
•The Collections Framework
•The Concurrent API
•The Stream API
•Much, much more