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Introduction to Programming Using Java

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Introduction to Programming Using Java
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Publisher: Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Number of pages: 755

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Textbook on introductory programming, which uses Java as the language of instruction. This book is directed mainly towards beginning programmers, although it might also be useful for experienced programmers who want to learn something about Java. It is certainly not meant to provide complete coverage of the Java language. You will find many Java applets on the web pages that make up this book.

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