- Title – Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days
- Author – Laura Lemay
- Pages – 516
- Format – PDF
- Size: 5.75MB
This book is intended for people with at least some basic programming background, which includes people with years of programming experience or people with only a small amount of experience. If you understand what variables, loops, and functions are, you’ll be just fine for this book. The sorts of people who might want to read this book include you, if
■ You’re a real whiz at HTML, understand CGI programming (in Perl, AppleScript, Visual Basic, or some other popular CGI language) pretty well, and want to move on to the next level in Web page design.
■ You had some Basic or Pascal in school and you have a basic grasp of what programming is, but you’ve heard Java is easy to learn, really powerful, and very cool.
■ You’ve programmed C and C++ for many years, you’ve heard this Java thing is becoming really popular and you’re wondering what all the fuss is all about.
■ You’ve heard that Java is really good for Web-based applets, and you’re curious about how good it is for creating more general applications. What if you know how to programme, but you don’t know object-oriented programming? Fear not.
This book assumes no background in object-oriented design. If you know object-oriented programming, in fact, the first couple of days will be easy for you.