Originally posted by Ashok C.M.:
Does your book cover concepts like class loading, instance initializers and stuff?
Originally posted by Ankur Srivastava:
Hi, Ms.Jacquie Barker the one thing I am seriously looking for in a Java book is Java Memory Managment. I have read a few books on java and none of them talks about memory management in Java in detail. Does your book has enough details on this topic.
Originally posted by Jayesh Malondkar:
I have read some of the books of APRESS and I guess this book is also good as those.
However I would like to know whether it stresses on Swing?
Also does it cover topics like RMI or CORBA.
Originally posted by pankaj patil:
are there sample program (code ) in the book after theory is been explined . which will not only help to clear concept but also have practical knowledge
Originally posted by Rishi Chopra:
Want to ask you whether your bokk covers the resons behind Java use of single inheritence model rather than using multiple inheritence like in c++?
and what is the theory behind using "INTERFACES"???
Originally posted by Joe Vocioni:
You mentioned; people are striving to master J2EE without a solid mastery of Java. So how does your book differ from the Head First series? And is it as much fun to read? I only ask as I've spent hundereds of dollars on books in the last few months and nothing seems to getting through. I do plan to take my Java certification and if your book can offer a strong foundation so one can forge forth in there ventures, well then it's worth purchasing.
Originally posted by rathi ji:
I feel, You all are are misunderstanding the thought and purpose behind this book. This book explore Object Oriented world through Java Programming Language. It is not a Reference Book for Java Programming Language, if it is then the name is not conveying proper message.
It is just my understanding about book...
Anyway, Happy Reading!!!
Originally posted by JPraveen Kumar:
Does the book cover advanced threading topics like green threads, fibres etc.
1. why abstract and interface together
2. when you say abstract in a class does that mean all methods should be abstract. I thought its not necessary
My book is meant to to provide a solid jump-start for all three