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Java Notes: Table of Contents
Posted on: July 22, 2006 at 12:00 AM
These Java programming notes are written to fill in missing or weak topics in textbooks that I've taught from.

Java Notes: Table of Contents

Java Notes. These Java programming notes are written to fill in missing or weak topics in textbooks that I've taught from. Many pages are useful for reference, but not as an ordered tutorial. Some pages are still rough drafts, but I'm slowly working on fixing them.

Java Basics. I've started writing a more coherent tutorial called Java Basics. There's just a GUI tutorial there right now, but more is coming. In addition to lessons, there is also commentary which explains why things are done the way they are.

Copyleft
Java Notes is copyrighted according to the very permissive MIT License, except as otherwise noted (eg, some GPL'ed images).
Copyright
The Java Basics section, which has a lot more work put into it, has a traditional copyright, but allowing educational use.
Public Domain source code
Many textbooks show useful code examples, but ironically copyright them so you can't legally use them! All Java code examples in Java Notes and Java Basics are placed in the public domain.

A zipped version is available: notes-java-2006-04-12.zip [2.0 MB].

  Enjoy, Fred Swartz

Background

Principles and practices

Summaries

Introductory Examples

Example Programs

Language

Control Flow

Classes

IO

Algorithms

Other

GUI

GUI - Appearance

GUI - Low level

Data


Acknowledgements.

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