Principles of Object-Oriented Programming
by Dung Nguyen, Stephen Wong
Publisher: Rice University 2008
Number of pages: 156
From the table of contents: Introduction - Objects and Classes; Polymorphism in Action; Immutable List Structure; Mutable Data Structures; Restricted Access Containers; GUI Programming; Labs; Resources - Java Syntax Primer.
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