Building java programs a back to basics approach 2nd edition

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Building Java Programs: A Back to Basics Approach by Marty Stepp

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Building Java Programs A Back to Basics Approach 2nd Edition

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View larger. Download instructor resources. - This builds on the new content we added in the 4th edition, such as Chapter 19 on functional programming, the new section in Chapter 7 on 2-D arrays of pixels, the new section in Supplement 3G on image processing, and more. The fifth edition's ISBN is

Building Java Programs: A Back to Basics Approach, Second Edition, introduces novice programmers to basic constructs and common pitfalls by emphasizing the essentials of procedural programming, problem solving, and algorithmic reasoning. By using objects early to solve interesting problems and defining objects later in the course, Building Java Programs develops programming knowledge for a broad audience. Stuart Reges is a principal lecturer at the University of Washington where he teaches computer programming, programming languages, and discrete structures. Stepp wrote an online tool for practicing Java problems to accompany the Java textbook, called Practice-It!. He is also first author of Computing Fundamentals with C. From — , Stepp worked as a computer science lecturer at the University of Washington, Tacoma. Before that he spent a year as a developer at Microsoft on the Excel team.

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