Crystal Clear Java (Authorhouse)
Wednesday, 16 January 2019

This book is about clearly understanding the concepts of Java as a language and then applying these concepts to develop applications. The first objective of author Mohammed Ashequr Rahman is to make the concepts of the Java language easy to understand. His second objective is to make it easy to write Java solutions to a programming problem and to make it easy to debug and correct code quickly. The third objective is to enable you to apply these concepts in learning another challenging language. The aim is that by the time you finish reading this book and practice the exercises, you will have mastered Java and ready to take on the next Java assignment.



Author: Mohammed Ashequr Rahman
Publisher: Authorhouse
Date: January 2019
Pages: 252
ISBN: 978-1546271772
Print: 1546271775
Kindle: B07MV29BBT
Audience: Would-be Java developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Java

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