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    Contents……Page 2
    Preface……Page 9
    Who Should Read This Book?……Page 11
    How to Use This Book……Page 12
    Acknowledgements……Page 14
    About the Authors……Page 15
    The Java Technology Phenomenon……Page 17
    What Can Java Technology Do?……Page 20
    How Will Java Technology Change My Life?……Page 21
    The “Hello World!” Application……Page 22
    “Hello World!” for the NetBeans IDE……Page 23
    “Hello World!” for Microsoft Windows……Page 37
    “Hello World!” for Solaris OS and Linux……Page 44
    A Closer Look at the “Hello World!” Application……Page 51
    Common Problems (and Their Solutions)……Page 56
    Questions and Exercises: Getting Started……Page 63
    Chapter 1 Bloknot……Page 64
    Chapter 2. Object-Oriented Programming Concepts……Page 66
    What Is an Object?……Page 67
    What Is a Class?……Page 70
    What Is Inheritance?……Page 73
    What Is an Interface?……Page 75
    What Is a Package?……Page 78
    Questions and Exercises: Object-Oriented Programming Concepts……Page 79
    Variables……Page 81
    Operators……Page 106
    Expressions, Statements, and Blocks……Page 124
    Control Flow Statements……Page 129
    Chapter 3 Notes……Page 159
    Classes……Page 161
    Objects……Page 183
    More on Classes……Page 196
    Nested Classes……Page 221
    Enum Types……Page 286
    Chapter 4 Notes……Page 294
    Annotations Basics……Page 296
    Declaring an Annotation Type……Page 299
    Predefined Annotation Types……Page 302
    Type Annotations and Pluggable Type Systems……Page 306
    Repeating Annotations……Page 308
    Questions and Exercises: Annotations……Page 311
    Chapter 5 Bloknot……Page 312
    Interfaces……Page 314
    Inheritance……Page 349
    Chapter 6 Bloknot……Page 389
    Why Use Generics?……Page 392
    Generic Types……Page 393
    Generic Methods……Page 402
    Bounded Type Parameters……Page 405
    Generics, Inheritance, and Subtypes……Page 410
    Type Inference……Page 413
    Wildcards……Page 420
    Type Erasure……Page 436
    Restrictions on Generics……Page 451
    Questions and Exercises: Generics……Page 458
    Chapter 7 Notes……Page 461
    Creating and Using Packages……Page 462
    Questions and Exercises: Creating and Using Packages……Page 479
    Numbers……Page 481
    Characters……Page 507
    Strings……Page 510
    Chapter 9 Notes……Page 540
    What Is an Exception?……Page 542
    The Catch or Specify Requirement……Page 544
    Catching and Handling Exceptions……Page 546
    Specifying the Exceptions Thrown by a Method……Page 567
    How to Throw Exceptions……Page 568
    Unchecked Exceptions—The Controversy……Page 577
    Advantages of Exceptions……Page 578
    Summary……Page 588
    Questions and Exercises: Exceptions……Page 589
    Chapter 10 Notes……Page 591
    I/O Streams……Page 592
    File I/Udara murni (Featuring NIO.2)……Page 625
    Summary……Page 722
    Questions and Exercises: Basic I/Ozon……Page 723
    Chapter 11 Bloknot……Page 724
    Chapter 12. Collections……Page 738
    Introduction to Collections……Page 739
    Interfaces……Page 741
    Aggregate Operations……Page 818
    Implementations……Page 848
    Algorithms……Page 869
    Custom Collection Implementations……Page 876
    Interoperability……Page 882
    Chapter 12 Notes……Page 888
    Processes and Threads……Page 898
    Thread Objects……Page 900
    Synchronization……Page 911
    Liveness……Page 922
    Guarded Blocks……Page 926
    Immutable Objects……Page 934
    High Level Concurrency Objects……Page 941
    Questions and Exercises: Concurrency……Page 961
    Chapter 13 Bloknot……Page 962
    Chapter 14. Regular Expressions……Page 965
    Introduction……Page 966
    Test Harness……Page 967
    String Literals……Page 969
    Character Classes……Page 972
    Predefined Character Classes……Page 981
    Quantifiers……Page 985
    Capturing Groups……Page 996
    Boundary Matchers……Page 999
    Methods of the Pattern Class……Page 1002
    Methods of the Matcher Class……Page 1011
    Methods of the PatternSyntaxException Class……Page 1021
    Unicode Support……Page 1025
    Additional Resources……Page 1026
    Questions and Exercises: Regular Expressions……Page 1027
    Chapter 14 Notes……Page 1028
    Configuration Utilities……Page 1031
    System Utilities……Page 1043
    PATH and CLASSPATH……Page 1052
    Questions and Exercises: The Platform Environment……Page 1059
    Chapter 15 Notes……Page 1060
    Chapter 16. Packaging Programs in JAR Files……Page 1062
    Using JAR Files: The Basics……Page 1063
    Working with Manifest Files: The Basics……Page 1081
    Signing and Verifying JAR Files……Page 1095
    Using JAR-Related APIs……Page 1104
    Chapter 16 Bloknot……Page 1114
    Chapter 17. Java Web Start……Page 1117
    Developing a Java Web Start Application……Page 1118
    Deploying a Java Web Start Application……Page 1123
    Displaying a Customized Loading Progress Indicator……Page 1128
    Running a Java Web Start Application……Page 1136
    Java Web Tiba and Security……Page 1137
    Common Java Web Start Problems……Page 1139
    Questions and Exercises: Java Web Tiba……Page 1140
    Chapter 17 Notes……Page 1141
    Getting Started with Applets……Page 1143
    Doing More with Applets……Page 1163
    Solving Common Applet Problems……Page 1219
    Questions and Exercises: Applets……Page 1221
    Chapter 18 Notes……Page 1222
    Setting Trusted Arguments and Secure Properties……Page 1226
    JNLP Api……Page 1231
    Cookies……Page 1240
    Customizing the Loading Experience……Page 1244
    Security in Rich Internet Applications……Page 1245
    Guidelines for Securing Rich Internet Applications……Page 1247
    Questions and Exercises: Doing More with Rich Internet Applications……Page 1250
    Chapter 19 Notes……Page 1251
    User Acceptance of RIAs……Page 1254
    Deployment Toolkit……Page 1256
    Java Network Launch Protocol……Page 1269
    Deployment Best Practices……Page 1282
    Questions and Exercises: Deployment In Depth……Page 1290
    Chapter 20 Bloknot……Page 1291
    Chapter 21. Introduction to JavaFX……Page 1292
    Programmer Level I Exam……Page 1294
    Java SE 8 Upgrade Exam……Page 1300
    Appendix. Notes……Page 1305

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