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The Definitive Java Programming Guide

Fully updated for Java SE 8, Java: The Complete Reference, Ninth Edition explains how to develop, compile, debug, and run Java programs. Bestselling programming author Herb Schildt covers the entire Javalanguage, including its syntax, keywords, and fundamental programming principles, as well as significant portions of the Java API library. JavaBeans, servlets, applets, and Swing are examined and real-world examples demonstrate Java in action. New Java SE 8 features such as lambda expressions, the stream library, and the default interface method are discussed in detail. This Oracle Press resource also offers a solid introduction to JavaFX.

Coverage includes:

  • Data types, variables, arrays, and operators
  • Control statements
  • Classes, objects, and methods
  • Method overloading and overriding
  • Inheritance
  • Interfaces and packages
  • Exception handling
  • Multithreaded programming
  • Enumerations, autoboxing, and annotations
  • The I/O classes
  • Generics
  • Lambda expressions
  • String handling
  • The Collections Framework
  • Networking
  • Event handling
  • AWT and Swing
  • The Concurrent API
  • The Stream API
  • Regular expressions
  • JavaFX
  • JavaBeans
  • Applets and servlets
  • Much, much more

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Herbert Schildt is the world’s leading programming author and a top authority on Java, C++, and C#. His books have sold millions of copies worldwide. Herb’s acclaimed books include Java: The Complete Reference, Java: A Beginner''s Guide, C++: The Complete Reference and C#: The Complete Reference.

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Herbert Schildt is the world’s leading programming author and a top authority on Java, C++, and C#. His books have sold millions of copies worldwide. Herb’s acclaimed books include Java: The Complete Reference, Java: A Beginner''s Guide, C++: The Complete Reference and C#: The Complete Reference.

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jcdeveloper
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Succinct and easy to undertand. Nothing on JPA
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2016
I have been developing with Java for quite a few years. I bought the kindle edition of this book in order to get handle on some of the 7 and 8''s new features. I have only read part one of this book so far, however I have found it mostly very succinct and easy to... See more
I have been developing with Java for quite a few years. I bought the kindle edition of this book in order to get handle on some of the 7 and 8''s new features. I have only read part one of this book so far, however I have found it mostly very succinct and easy to understand. I think they could have put a little more effort as far formatting. The code samples are all in mono spaced fonts with no markups or special formatting whatsoever. Another really strange thing about this book is that seems to cover just about all of the important portions of Java API, be it servlet, Java applets, Java Bean, Swing or Java FX, with the glaring exception of JPA. In fact a kindle search for ''jdbc'' in the book yielded "no results". Really quite puzzling since most of the Java code I write involve databases, and plus this book is actually from the oracle press.
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Harold M. Martin
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Not bad enough to simply delete, but not worth the price.
Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2017
Well, almost a complete reference. No mention of weak references, phantom references, etc. which as I recall have been around since Java 5/ Also, there are quite a few annoying typos. Typos are particularly annoying when they are in the code. One reading about a... See more
Well, almost a complete reference. No mention of weak references, phantom references, etc. which as I recall have been around since Java 5/ Also, there are quite a few annoying typos. Typos are particularly annoying when they are in the code. One reading about a subject for the first time can find that a parenthesis isn''t closed but the question is whether the open parenthesis should be removed or if to be closed, just where. Same goes for opening quotation marks without corresponding closing ones, also to be found in provided code.

The quality of writing leaves something to be desired as well. Once one eventually figures out how a particular Java feature works, going back to the writing one can see how it should have been properly. A particular offender is the section on lambda expressions.

I won''t simply delete the book because it is os some use, but only supplemented by reading other references on the same subject from time to time to get the information completely straight. It really isn''t worth the price I paid for it.
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Gerald McDaniel
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Not a very handy reference book in the Kindle edition.
Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2017
the basic book is fine and it does deliver what it says it does. the only problem I''m having is I wish I had gotten the hard cover edition instead of the kindle edition. The kindle edition does not give you a link to click on in the index making it a real pain in the... See more
the basic book is fine and it does deliver what it says it does.
the only problem I''m having is I wish I had gotten the hard cover edition instead of the kindle edition. The kindle edition does not give you a link to click on in the index making it a real pain in the neck to use. Also much of the code is in such a small print I need a magnifying glass to read it making it hard to type the example while holding a magnifying glass . I am thinking of trying to see if Amazon will let me trade my kindle edition for the hard cover edition. I find I need to go back to what I have already read and reference it to help me understand something. the Kindle edition is not very good as a reference because of the time it takes to manipulate back and forth in the text.
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Brandon
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I do highly recommend having some prior knowledge to any kind of programming
Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2017
I''ll preface that I''ve received my BA in Computer Science almost 10 years ago and I purchased this book as a review of the basics that I had not used in a long long time. So far in the first few chapters I''ve recovered that long lost knowledge and really solidified some... See more
I''ll preface that I''ve received my BA in Computer Science almost 10 years ago and I purchased this book as a review of the basics that I had not used in a long long time. So far in the first few chapters I''ve recovered that long lost knowledge and really solidified some foundation that I lost over the years. I thoroughly approve of this text book as a review to the advanced programmer and as an entry into the language. I do highly recommend having some prior knowledge to any kind of programming, minimal if any.

The approach to Java and the description and examples really are wonderful with this book. The author does a superb job of communicating the intricacies and advanced features of Java and its evolution over the last 2+ decades.
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Tomanow
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An Outstanding Resource
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2015
Some reviewers have said this book is too big to read through. I''ll put that to the test. This book is BIG but written very nicely. It is a reference book, yes, but can be read through comfortably. It is clear and succinct without embellishment. There are plenty of examples... See more
Some reviewers have said this book is too big to read through. I''ll put that to the test. This book is BIG but written very nicely. It is a reference book, yes, but can be read through comfortably. It is clear and succinct without embellishment. There are plenty of examples throughout each section to apply the outlined knowledge. I especially like how some sections include the *why* of the way things are. It helps with understanding. I am an experienced programmer coming from many other object-oriented languages and wanted a way to learn Java without the fluff. This book is perfect in that respect. It is in no way a novice guide to programming. If you are not familiar--at least conceptually--and experienced with OOP/OOD (among other things), come back later for this massive text. Otherwise, it''s worth the splurge at ~$45 for nearly 1300 pages. It is well-organized and written with great clarity.

TOC (At a Glance):

__ Part I The Java Language __
1. The History and Evolution of Java 3
2. An Overview of Java 17
3. Data Types, Variables, and Arrays 35
4. Operators 61
5. Control Statements 81
6. Introducing Classes 109
7. A Closer Look at Methods and Classes 129
8. Inheritance 161
9. Packages and Interfaces 187
10. Exception Handling 213
11. Multithreaded Programming 233
12. Enumerations, Autoboxing, and Annotations (Metadata) 263
13. I/O, Applets, and Other Topics 301
14. Generics 337
15. Lambda Expressions 381

__ Part II The Java Library __
16. String Handling 413
17. Exploring java.lang 441
18. java.util Part 1: The Collections Framework 497
19. java.util Part 2: More Utility Classes 579
20. Input/Output: Exploring java.io 641
21. Exploring NIO 689
22. Networking 727
23. The Applet Class 747
24. Event Handling 769
25. Introducing the AWT: Working withWindows, Graphics, and Text 797
26. Using AWT Controls, Layout Managers, and Menus 833
27. Images 885
28. The Concurrency Utilities 915
29. The Stream API 965
30. Regular Expressions and Other Packages 991
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Agrippa's Epiphany
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A Great JAVA Text from Oracle Press.
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2015
This is the second book by Herb Schildt which I am reading. It is well-written, clear and concise. It spans a number of pages, since it covers numerous JAVA topics. This would be an excellent text for an undergraduate computer science, software engineering, or information... See more
This is the second book by Herb Schildt which I am reading. It is well-written, clear and concise. It spans a number of pages, since it covers numerous JAVA topics. This would be an excellent text for an undergraduate computer science, software engineering, or information technology student who has had at least one course in JAVA and read Schildt''s first text. This text will help any JAVA programmer round out his understanding of the language and its concepts. Oracle Press provides the best in technical books on their products.
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Jack Jones
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This is a very good Java reference book
Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2015
This is a very good Java reference book. It augments Java: A beginner''s Guide Sixth Edition by the same author (Herbert Schildt), providing in-depth development of many subjects and in the second part of the book provides a Java library reference. I was unsure whether to... See more
This is a very good Java reference book. It augments Java: A beginner''s Guide Sixth Edition by the same author (Herbert Schildt), providing in-depth development of many subjects and in the second part of the book provides a Java library reference. I was unsure whether to purchase Java: The Complete Reference as a paper or e book. I went with paper, and I''m glad I did so. Although a CS graduate, I''m new to Java and the harder aspects of the language require more quality reading than an e-book provides me. I suspect I will also purchase an e-book version when I''m more in the camp of "I know the language well but I need help with the syntax details occasionally - often likely."
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Luca Giacovelli
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This choice was a good one!
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2016
I was almost a novice but having watched some basic tutorials on youtube I found this book very clear and logic in the explanations. I''ve also bought "Java for Dummies" but I''ll no longer consider reading it for a while (Schildt''s book is very thick and it will... See more
I was almost a novice but having watched some basic tutorials on youtube I found this book very clear and logic in the explanations.
I''ve also bought "Java for Dummies" but I''ll no longer consider reading it for a while (Schildt''s book is very thick and it will take a while to study it) because in my opinion the "Complete Reference by Oracle" '' s approach is more likely what I need to have a deep technical understanding of the Java language.
About Java Web Services there''s a specific book downloadable for free from Oracle''s web site...
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Tom G.
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More an introduction than a reference, tends to age in its 9th edition
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 11, 2014
The book covers most of Java SE8, taking the time to introduce the language itself to newcomers. Actually, a third of the book serves that purpose, which is a bit unbalanced for a reference. While this may be welcome to the reader who is still learning Java, it prevents the...See more
The book covers most of Java SE8, taking the time to introduce the language itself to newcomers. Actually, a third of the book serves that purpose, which is a bit unbalanced for a reference. While this may be welcome to the reader who is still learning Java, it prevents the coverage of advanced topics that would have been appreciated by many programmers expecting the book to be somewhat more faithful to its title. Complete it is certainly not, ClassLoader and SecurityManager are in the "Here be dragons" category, even though they would have come in handy for anyone wondering how to implement plug-ins, not an uncommon feature in today''s applications. Not even a mention of Nashorn, one of the key SE8 additions. Not much either on how to profile applications, unit-test and deploy them. And so on... not a huge disappointment, but still not up to standards set by books like "C# in a Nutshell" or "Python Essential Reference". What most readers will probably miss is an algorithmic complexity evaluation of the Java collections. Stating that the TreeSet class "access and retrieval time are quite fast" just won''t cut it. Is this O(1), O(n)? An educated guess would hopefully tell the reader O(log(n)) and help them deciding which class to choose... except the reader shouldn''t have to guess while holding a "Complete Reference", especially when it''s endorsed by Oracle (who should have some insight on the complexity of their libraries). 118 pages are devoted to the old Awt classes (plus some more on Applets), for anyone who still cares, 84 pages to the Swing evolution, and 92 to JavaFX but no mention of FXML unfortunately, so it''s still pretty much last-century-oriented. The author could conveniently dismiss the legacy classes in favour of a more modern approach of designing user interfaces. I also have the feeling that the evolution of this book is coming in layers that are not so keen to mix: while there are - fortunately! - adequate references to the latest improvements here and there in older chapters, the overall code style has not been revised with the evolution of the language. Lambdas and the related Stream API are contained in their respective sections (which are surprisingly far from each other), but not used anywhere else, for example. And while these features are not the most polished and suffer from regrettable shortcomings, they still deserve to be emphasized a little further to show developers how they could be relieved with a little extra semantic sugar. In that chapter, I was also a bit sad to see in the Stream API section how stream sources were painstakingly created with a series of "myList.Add(<value>)" followed by a conversion, instead of a more elegant and now more idiomatic "Stream.of()" or "Array.asList()". Most helpful though, are detailed coverage of the threads, concurrency utilities and I/O classes. But since those were already present in earlier revisions of the book, I''m not sure anyone who already owns them wouldn''t be better off with a more detailed "Java 8 Lambdas" or "Functional Programming in Java", and maybe another decent reference on JavaFX (that I yet have to find). In conclusion, this book isn''t a reference but an interesting and definitely worthy introduction to Java, provided the reader skips some older, less relevant sections, then complete their learning with other books with a more modern style approach on GUI and functional programming, and possibly on performance considerations, since those topics are not the strong point of this "Complete Reference".
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Mr. J. Adlington
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Very impressive work
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 29, 2014
First of all, the Java language is so large that it cannot be contained in one book but this one certainly tries to as it contains an enormous amount of information. It is very well-written and contains lots of excellent examples from which to learn. I have noticed that on...See more
First of all, the Java language is so large that it cannot be contained in one book but this one certainly tries to as it contains an enormous amount of information. It is very well-written and contains lots of excellent examples from which to learn. I have noticed that on page 356, <? Super subclass> is called an inclusive clause but in the previous edition, it is called an exclusive clause. I also notice on page 39, it says a char’s range is from 0 to 65536 but it is not. Its range is 0 to 65535 as a char uses two bytes. Other than that, I’ve noticed no errors. I love the new explanations of the new features of Java 8. I would have liked it if a little more emphasis was placed on charsets (and StandardCharsets – no need for a try / catch clause) as Java uses Unicode and it is possible to read or write a text file using foreign characters that doesn’t save them properly. I would have liked one or two pages on BigInteger and BigDecimal too. Overall, I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone as it contains possibly all the information you could need on Java. It really does cover basics, right up to complicated things such as servlets, JavaFX and lambda expressions. I would have liked it if it mentioned in passing that it may be useful to use an IDE such as NetBeans or Eclipse rather than using javac for compiling the source code (an IDE will save you a lot of typing if it has a GUI builder) but I understand you cannot mention more than that as this book is not a tutorial on how to use an IDE. I have learned almost everything I know on Java from this book and from the previous edition. Excellent work. The Author has made yet another fantastic book. I am very impressed with it.
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Jon
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a useful aid for Java programming
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 17, 2015
In my humble opinion this is an excellent book. I would recommend it to anyone who is studying for an exam on Java programming and wants a reference book to supplement their course material. It is particularly appropriate for beginners and newcomers to Java as it explains...See more
In my humble opinion this is an excellent book. I would recommend it to anyone who is studying for an exam on Java programming and wants a reference book to supplement their course material. It is particularly appropriate for beginners and newcomers to Java as it explains all the basic concepts from scratch. The Kindle version is useful for revision sessions because obviously it can be searched by a reading device in seconds, as opposed to endless thumbing through a printed copy trying to find the right page. If you''re planning on learning and using Java a lot this book is worth the investment.
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Content is as good as expected. Since I also own the Eight Edition I just have to take one star away. The paper used for pages is much thinner than the previous edition''s. It is basically see through, because you can actually see the printed text from the other side of the...See more
Content is as good as expected. Since I also own the Eight Edition I just have to take one star away. The paper used for pages is much thinner than the previous edition''s. It is basically see through, because you can actually see the printed text from the other side of the page through the page itself. If your eyesight is ok it probably will not slow you down, but it may get a little annoying. I have attached a photo to better describe the thin paper
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Purchased this book the other day and received it the next day. This book is an amazing source for learning not only the Java language but also key programming concepts for those who are less experienced. I am really happy by how well it is written and the authors brilliant...See more
Purchased this book the other day and received it the next day. This book is an amazing source for learning not only the Java language but also key programming concepts for those who are less experienced. I am really happy by how well it is written and the authors brilliant way of explaining the details; even when it gets more complex you probably won''t find yourself having to use google much. I would recommend before buying this book that you do have some experience and knowledge in programming as you might find it harder and slower to grasp some of the key things in Java.
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