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* Chapter 17: Projects
* Chapter 16: Design patterns
* Chapter 15: Network programming
* Chapter 14: Multiple threads
* Chapter 13: Creating windows and applets
* Chapter 12: Passing and returning objects
* Chapter 11: Run-time type identification
* Chapter 10: The Java IO system
* Chapter 9: Error handling with exceptions
* Chapter 8: Holding your objects
* Chapter 7: Polymorphism
* Chapter 6: Reusing classes
* Chapter 5: Hiding the implementation
* Chapter 4: Initialization and cleanup
* Chapter 3: Controlling program flow
* Chapter 3: Controlling program flow
* Chapter 2: Everything is an object
* Chapter 1: Introduction to objects
* Chapters

Aliasing during method calls
Using Java operators
Controlling program flow
Coding style
Documentation example
Method documentation tags
Variable documentation tags
Class documentation tags
see: referring to other classes
Embedded HTML
Comment documentation
Comments and embedded documentation
Your first Java program
The static keyword
Using other components
Using other components
Name visibility
Building a Java program
The argument list
Methods, arguments and return values
Default values for primitive members
Fields and methods
Creating new data types: class
Scope of objects
You never need to destroy an object
Arrays in Java
Special case: primitive types
Where storage lives
You must create all the objects
You manipulate objects with handles
Everything is an object
Java vs. C++?

* Plan 2
* Plans pay off
* Phase 4: Iteration
* Phase 3: Lets build it!
* Phase 2: How will we build it?
* Phase 1: What are we making?
* Phase 0: Lets make a plan
Analysis and Design
A separate arena: applications
Server-side programming
Client-side programming
What is the Web?
Java and the Internet
Exception handling:dealing with errors
Garbage collectors vs. efficiency and flexibility
housekeeping dilemma:who should clean up?
Collection libraries and support for easy collecti...

* The singly-rooted hierarchy
* Collections and iterators
Object landscapes and lifetimes
Abstract base classes and interfaces
Dynamic binding
Interchangeable objects
Is-a vs. is-like-a relationships
Overriding base-class functionality
Inheritance:reusing the interface
Reusing the implementation
The hidden implementation
An object has an interface
The progress of abstraction
1: Introduction to Objects
Note on the cover design
Seminars and mentoring
Java versions
Coding standards
Source code
Multimedia CD ROM
Online documentation
Learning Java
Java Introduction
A Perfect N-Tier Architecture