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Third edition
Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England : The MIT Press, [2016]
ix, 199 stran ; 23 cm

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ISBN 978-0-262-52907-5
Obsahuje bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
001461800
Contents // Preface xi // Notational Conventions xii // 1 Running Java: Compilation, Loading, and Execution 2 // 2 Names and Reserved Names 2 // 3 Java Naming Conventions 2 // 4 Comments and Program Layout 2 // 5 Ttypes 4 // 5.1 Primitive Types... 4 // 5.2 Reference Types ... 4 // 5.3 Array Types ... 4 // 5.4 Boxing: Wrapping Primitive Types as Reference Types... 4 // 5.5 Subtypes and Compatibility... 6 // 5.6 Signatures and Subsumption... 6 // 5.7 Type Conversion... 6 // 6 Variables, Parameters, Fields, and Scope 8 // 6.1 Values Bound to Variables, Parameters, or Fields... 8 // 6.2 Variable Declarations... g // 6.3 Scope of Variables, Parameters, and Fields... 8 // 7 Strings IQ // 7.1 String Formatting... 12 // 8 Arrays 16 // 8.1 Array Creation and Access... 16 // 8.2 Array Initializers... 16 // 8.3 Multidimensional Arrays... 18 // 8.4 The Utility Class Arrays... 18 // 9 Classes 22 // 9.1 Class Declarations and Class Bodies... 22 // 9.2 Top-Level Classes, Nested Classes, Member Classes, and Local Classes... 22 // 9.3 Class Modifiers... 22 // 9.4 The Class Modifiers public, final, abstract... 24 // 9.5 Subclasses, Superclasses, Class Hierarchy, Inheritance, and Overriding... 24 // 9.6 Field Declarations in Classes... 26 // 9.7 TheMemberAccessModifiersprivate, protected, public... 26 // 9.8 Method Declarations... 28 // 9.9 Parameter Arrays and Variable-Arity Methods ... 30 // vi Contents // 9.10 Constructor Declarations... 30 // 9.11 Nested Classes, Member Classes, Local Classes,
and Inner Classes ... 32 // 9.12 Anonymous Classes... 32 // 9.13 Initializer Blocks, Field Initializers, and Initializers... 32 // 10 Classes and Objects in the Computer 34 // 10.1 What Is a Class?... 34 // 10.2 What Is an Object?... 34 // 10.3 Inner Objects... 34 // 11 Expressions 35 // 11.1 Table of Expression Forms... 36 // 11.2 Arithmetic Operators... 38 // 11.3 Logical Operators . . . ... 38 // 11.4 Bitwise Operators and Shift Operators... 38 // 11.5 Assignment Expressions... 40 // 11.6 Conditional Expressions... 40 // 11.7 Object Creation Expressions... 40 // 11.8 Instance Test Expressions... 40 // 11.9 Field Access Expressions ... 42 // 11.10 The Current Object Reference this... 42 // 11.11 Type Cast Expression ... 42 // 11.12 Method Call Expressions... 44 // 11.13 Lambda Expressions (Java 8.0)... 48 // 11.14 Method Reference Expressions (Java 8.0)... 48 // 12 Statements 52 // 12.1 Expression Statements... 52 // 12.2 Block Statements... 52 // 12.3 The Empty Statement ... 52 // 12.4 Choice Statements... 54 // 12.5 Loop Statements... 55 // 12.6 Returns, Labeled Statements, Exits, and Exceptions ... 60 // 12.7 The Try-with-Resources Statement... 64 // 12.8 The assert Statement... 64 // 13 Interfaces 66 // 13.1 Interface Declarations... 66 // 13.2 Classes Implementing Interfaces... 66 // 13.3 Default and Static Methods on Interfaces (Java 8.0)... 68 // 13.4 Annotation Type Declarations... 68 // 14 Enum Types 70 // 15 Exceptions, Checked and Unchecked 72 // 16 Compilation, Source
Files, Class Names, and Class Files 74 // Contents vii // 17 Packages and Jar Files 74 // 18 Mathematical Functions 76 // 19 String Builders and String Buffers 78 // 20 Threads, Concurrent Execution, and Synchronization 80 // 20.1 Threads and Concurrent Execution ... 80 // 20.2 Locks and the synchronized Statement... 82 // 20.3 Operations on Threads... 84 // 20.4 Operations on Locked Objects... 84 // 20.5 The Java Memory Model and Visibility Across Threads... 86 // 21 Generic Types and Methods 88 // 21.1 Generics: Safety, Generality, and Efficiency... 88 // 21.2 Generic Types, Type Parameters, and Type Instances... 88 // 21.3 How Can Type Instances Be Used?... 88 // 21.4 Generic Classes ... 90 // 21.5 Constraints on Type Parameters... 92 // 21.6 How Can Type Parameters Be Used?... 92 // 21.7 Generic Interfaces... 94 // 21.8 Generic Methods... 96 // 21.9 Wildcard Type Arguments... 98 // 21.10 The Raw Type...100 // 21.11 The Implementation of Generic Types and Methods ...100 // 22 Generic Collections and Maps 102 // 22.1 Interface Collection<T>...104 // 22.2 Interface List<T> and Its Implementations LinkedList<T> and ArrayList<T>...105 // 22.3 Interface Set<T> and Its Implementations HashSet<T> and LinkedHashSet<T>...106 // 22.4 Interface SortedSet<T> and Implementation TreeSet<T> ...106 // 22.5 Interface Map<K,V> and Implementation HashMap<K,V> ...108 // 22.6 Interface SortedMap<K,V> and Implementation TreeMap<K,V>...110 // 22.7 Going through a Collection: Interfaces Iterator<T>
and Iterable<T>...112 // 22.8 Interface ListIterator<T>...114 // 22.9 Equality, Hash Codes, and Comparison...114 // 22.10 The Comparator<T> Interface...116 // 22.11 The Utility Class Collections...118 // 22.12 Choosing the Right Collection Class or Map Class...120 // 23 Functional Interfaces (Java 8.0) 122 // 23.1 Functional Programming...122 // 23.2 Generic Functional Interfaces...124 // 23.3 Primitive-Type Specialized Functional Interfaces...124 // 23.4 Covariance and Contravariance in Functional Interfaces...126 // 23.5 Interface Function<T,R>...126 // 23.6 Interface UnaryOperator<T>...126 // viii Contents // 23.7 Interfaces Predicate<T> and BiPredicate<T,U>...128 // 23.8 Interfaces Consumer<T> and BiConsumer<T,U>...128 // 23.9 Interface Supplier<T>...128 // 23.10 Interface ?iFunction<T,U,R>...130 // 23.11 Interface ? inary Operator<T>...130 // 24 Streams for Bulk Data (Java 8.0) 132 // 24.1 Creating Streams...134 // 24.2 Stream Builders ...134 // 24.3 Methods on Streams...136 // 24.4 Numeric Streams: DoubleStream, IntStream, and LongStream...140 // 24.5 Summary Statistics for Numeric Streams...140 // 24.6 Collectors on Streams...142 // 25 Class Optional<T> (Java 8.0) 146 // 26 Input and Output 148 // 26.1 Creating an IO Stream from Another One...149 // 26.2 Kinds of Input and Output Methods...150 // 26.3 Imports, Exceptions, Thread Safety...150 // 26.4 Sequential Character Input: Readers...152 // 26.5 Sequential Character Output: Writers...153 // 26.6 Printing Primitive Data
to a Character Stream: PrintWriter...154 // 26.7 The Appendable Interface and the CharSequence Interface...154 // 26.8 Reading Primitive Data from a Character Stream: StreamTokenizer...156 // 26.9 Sequential Byte Input: InputStream...158 // 26.10 Sequential Byte Output: OutputStream...159 // 26.11 Binary Input-Output of Primitive Data: Datalnput and DataOutput...160 // 26.12 Serialization of Objects: Objectlnput and ObjectOutput ...162 // 26.13 Buffered Input and Output...164 // 26.14 Random Access Files: RandomAccessFile...166 // 26.15 Files, Directories, and File Descriptors ...168 // 26.16 Thread Communication: PipedlnputStream and PipedOutputStream...168 // 26.17 Socket Communication ...170 // 27 Reflection 172 // 27.1 Reflective Use of Types: The Class<T> Class...172 // 27.2 Reflection: The Field Class ...174 // 27.3 Reflection: The Method Class and the Constructor<T> Class...174 // 27.4 Exceptions Thrown When Using Reflection...174 // 28 Metadata Annotations 176 // 29 What Is New in Java 8.0 178 // References // 180

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