Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Reges, Stuart. Building Java programs: a back to basics approach / Stuart Reges, Marty Stepp.—2nd ed. Please see our supplements for the 4th edition. If you have an older edition of the book, you can still see the supplements pages for the 3rd edition or 2nd edition. Authors’ web site for Building Java Programs, a textbook designed for use in a first Java programming problems online); PowerPoint slides for 2nd edition, by .

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It is a well written book that focuses on the basics of learning a programming language without getting lost among “hot” topics like OO, Progrsms, or GUI’s. After reading on 2 devices, you will run into “License Limit Reached” Inheritance Exam Lab 1: As a third note I think that it is important to mention that the authors seem to have thought that including inappropriate cultural references to make the programming more interesting was a great idea and it was not a great idea.

Sample Exams and solution keys. A new appendix describes language details not covered in the chapters such as enumerated types and packages. It explains common errors for beginners and ways to solve them.

New section on procedural design heuristics. Concepts are discussed in a crystal proyrams fashion so students should be able to answer questions. The 3rd, 2nd, and 1st editions, now out of date, used the ISBNs, and respectively.


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But I can say that, for people like me, this book works spectacularly. View shipping rates and policies Average Customer Review: Building Java Programs 3rd Edition Paperback. The liberal use of graphics, including those created with text, is a powerful technique for helping learners to understand algorithms, concepts, etc They show tons of incorrect examples that don’t work.

This textbook is designed for use in a first course in computer science. Control structure coverage is spread out in the early chapters Case study examples at the end of each chapter illustrate how to apply concepts in a mid-sized program.

A new section in Supplement 3G on image processing. The authors have adjusted Chapters 8 and 9, which cover objects and inheritance, to provide more coherent coverage of these topics. Please try again later. I had to actually buy supplemental books for my programming course just to be able to understand the material as this book was so confusing and unhelpful. New to This Edition. It matches well with Stuart’s style — his idioscracies, sense of humor, approach to internal style, and methods of problem solving.

Our book is also problem-centered. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. Also, through certain examples, they randomly stop explaining or completing the problem and don’t show you a final version.

The book also has a way of suddenly presenting blocks of code, which are dense and difficult to read through. Program Logic and Indefinite Loops Chapter 6: These step-by-step video tutorials bring programming concepts to life and allow beginning students to see first-hand how experienced programmers solve problems.


If you are a seller for this product, editin you like to suggest updates through seller support? Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Physical copy – 4 stars, e-textbook – 0 stars. Our book uses a ” prorams to basics ” approach that stresses fundamentals first. He is also first author of Computing Fundamentals with C. Stuart Reges builfing a principal lecturer at the University of Washington where he teaches computer programming, programming languages, and discrete structures.

I’d recommend Deitel and Deitel’s Java book instead. The other case studies prlgrams the textbook have been expanded to better explain subtle points with which students often struggle. Good book, but the DRM on it is super oppressive. We have written it for a broad audience, not just for computer science majors.

Building Java Programs: A Back to Basics Approach, 2nd Edition

I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Supplements, 2nd edition The following supplements are available to all instructors and students using the textbook: