Getting started with java 1997

Java is an object-oriented programming language. Switching to
object-oriented programming (OOP) from other programming paradigms
can be difficult. Java focuses on creating objects (data structures or
behaviors) that can be assessed and manipulated by the program.
Like other programming languages, Java provides support for reading
and writing data to and from different input and output devices. Java uses
processes that increase the efficiency of input/output, facilitate
internationalization, and provide better support for non-UNIX platforms.
Java looks over your program as it runs and automatically deallocates
memory that is no longer required. This means you don’t have to keep
track of memory pointers or manually deallocate memory. This feature
means a program is less likely to crash and that memory can’t be
intentionally misused.
This book is intended to serve programmers who use other languages as a
general introduction to the Java programming language. It introduces the
reader to the major elements of Java programming and provides links and
suggested reading for further exploration. You may order most book titles
from Fatbrain ( Unlinked titles may be out of print,
but are still useful and generally available. For more extensive lists of
resources, see “Learning more about Java” in the Quick Start.



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