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Thank you for purchasing a new copy of the best selling Savitch Java book The rave. reviews on Amazon by readers attest to the user friendly presentation for beginners . You will now be able to access Prentice Hall s free web based programming envi . ronment called CodeKey It is an on line interactive tutorial for readers learning how to. program with the Java programming language You will be able to complete selected. programming exercises from the text and receive automated feedback on your Java code . The on line exercises will tell you how to improve your Java code when you modify exist . ing programs from the book Code Key will allow you to test your programs before sub . mitting them for class assignments You can use CodeKey for programming practice . CodeKey will give hints on how to improve your code and how to debug it when nec . essary You will be alerted to errors and will be given programming hints on how to x. them , You can access CodeKey at www prenhall com codekey. PRELIMINARY PROOFS, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , JAVA . An Introduction to, Problem Solving Programming, Fourth Edition. WALTER SAVITCH, Upper Saddle River NJ 07458,PRELIMINARY PROOFS.
2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data. Savitch Walter J , Java an introduction to problem solving programming Walter Savitch 4th ed . p cm , Includes bibliographical references and index . ISBN 0 13 149202 0, 1 Java Computer program language I Title . QA76 73 J38S27 2005, 005 13 3 dc22, 2004057347, Vice President and Editorial Director ECS Marcia Horton.
Publisher Alan R Apt, Associate Editor Toni D Holm. Vice President and Director of Production and Manufacturing ESM David W Riccardi. Executive Managing Editor Vince O Brien, Assistant Managing Editor Camille Trentacoste. Production Editor Irwin Zucker, Director of Creative Services Paul Belfanti. Art Director Kenny Beck, Cover Designer Laura Gardner. Art Editor Xiaohong Zhu, Manufacturing Manager Trudy Pisciotti.
Manufacturing Buyer Lisa McDowell, Marketing Manager Pamela Hersperger. Marketing Assistant Barrie Reinhold, 1999 2001 2004 2005 by Pearson Education Inc . Pearson Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River NJ 07458. All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in. writing from the publisher , The author and publisher of this book have used their best efforts in preparing this book These efforts include the development research and. testing of the theories and programs to determine their effectiveness The author and publisher make no warranty of any kind expressed or. implied with regard to these programs or the documentation contained in this book The author and publisher shall not be liable in any event. for incidental or consequential damages in connection with or arising out of the furnishing performance or use of these programs . Printed in the United States of America, 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1.
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PRELIMINARY PROOFS, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , Savitch4e FeaturesppFMv2 qxp 11 12 04 8 10 PM Page 2. FEATURES OF THIS TEXT, 4 4 GRAPHICS SUPPLEMENT OPTIONAL Graphics Supplement Optional . , Early optional graphics supplements, The whole is more than the sum of its parts Proverb. cover GUIs built using both applets and, Now that we have explained methods and parameters more completely we will revisit the JFrame class are integrated through .
material from the previous graphics supplements to explain a few things more completely . We will use methods to rewrite one of our previous graphics applets in a cleaner way we. out the text Advanced GUI chapters, will explain the Graphics class more completely and we will introduce some additional give additional graphics material . drawing methods Finally we introduce the method init which is another applet method. similar to paint but used for different purposes . FAQ, , Provides students answers to frequently, asked questions within the context of. the chapter , Gotcha, , Helps students identify possible. programming pitfalls , Quick Reference, , Provides concise user friendly reference. for key programming concepts , Java Tip, , Gives students helpful information about.
the Java programming language , Remember, , Reinforces concepts presented in the. chapter , Self Test Questions, , Provides students the opportunity to. practice skills learned in the chapter ,PRELIMINARY PROOFS. 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission. in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming Fourth Edition ISBN . 0 13 149202 0 , PREFACE FOR INSTRUCTORS, This book is designed for a rst course in programming and computer science It covers. programming techniques as well as the basics of the Java programming language It is. suitable for courses as short as one quarter or as long as a full academic year No previous. programming experience is required nor is any mathematics other than a little high. school algebra The book can also be used for a course designed to teach Java to students. who have already had another programming course in which case the rst few chapters. can be assigned as outside reading , This book uses only standard classes available as part of Java No additional classes.
are needed , All of the code in this book has been tested using Sun s Java JDK version 5 0 beta. 2 release To be fully compatible with this book the Java used in your class should be. version 5 0 or higher 1, Changes in This Edition, If you have not used the third edition of this text you can skip this subsection If you have. used the third edition this subsection will tell you how this fourth edition differs from the. third , For instructors the transition from the third to this fourth edition is easy You can teach. the same course presenting basically the same topics in the same order with only very. minor changes in the material covered The largest required change is that this edition uses. the new Scanner class available in Java version 5 0 in place of the class SavichIn 2 If. you wish to change your course further this edition includes Graphics Supplement sec . tions that allow you to optionally add early graphics coverage This edition also adds. coverage of generic programming with type parameters . Chapter 1 through 9 each end with a Graphics Supplement section that covers graphics. applications and GUIs using applets as well as JFrames These Graphics Supplement sec . tions are optional If you desire more material on graphics and GUIs then after Chapter 9. in fact any time after Chapter 7 you can skip ahead to Chapter 12 which starts the. detailed coverage of Swing , The other major changes to this edition have to do with updating the text to match Java. version 5 0 The new Scanner class is used for keyboard input We explain and use auto . matic boxing and unboxing The coverage of vectors has been updated to use generic type. parameters An introduction to type parameters and generics is given in Chapter 10 . Latest Java Coverage, This edition has been updated to use the latest features of Java version 5 0 In particular .
we use the new Scanner class for keyboard input we cover and use automatic boxing and. 1 Sun has changed the way it numbers versions Version 5 0 was formerly called version 1 5 and. you may still nd it referred to as version 1 5 in some contexts . 2 If you wish to use the class SavitchIn it is available in an appendix and the source code is. available over the Web However SavitchIn is not used anywhere in the text . PRELIMINARY PROOFS vii, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , viii Preface for Instructors. unboxing we do vectors using type parameters and we include an introduction to generic. programming using type parameters As we wrote this book we checked all code using. Sun s beta 2 release of Java 5 0 , Flexibility, If you are an instructor this book adapts to the way you tech rather than making you. adapt to the book This book does not tightly prescribe the sequence in which your course. must cover topics You can easily change the order in which you cover chapters and sec . tions The particulars about rearranging material are explained in the dependency chart. that follows this preface and in more detail in the Prerequisites section at the start of. each chapter , This book uses no specialized libraries Only standard classes available as part of the. standard Java libraries are used , Early Graphics.
Optional Graphic Supplement sections end chapters starting with Chapter 1 This allows. you the option of covering graphics and GUI programming from the start of your course . The Graphics Supplement sections emphasize applets but also cover GUIs built using the. JFrame class Any time after Chapter 7 you may move on to the main chapters on GUI. programming Chapters 12 14 Alternatively the Graphics Supplement sections continue. through Chapter 9 allowing you to continue with a mix of graphics and more traditional. programming Instructors who prefer to postpone the coverage of graphics may postpone. or skip the Graphics Supplement sections , Coverage of Problem Solving. and Programming Techniques, This book is designed to teach students basic problem solving and programming tech . niques and is not simply a book about Java syntax It contains numerous case studies and. programming tips as well as many sections that explain important problem solving and. programming techniques such as loop design techniques debugging techniques style. techniques abstract data types and basic object oriented programming techniques . including UML and event driven programming and generic programming using type. parameters , Object Oriented and Traditional Techniques. Any course that really teaches Java must teach classes early since everything in Java. involves classes A Java program is a class The data type for strings of characters is a. class Even the behavior of the equals operator depends on whether it is comparing. objects from classes or simpler data items Classes cannot be avoided except by means of. absurdly long and complicated magic formulas This book introduces classes fairly. early Some exposure to using classes is given in Chapters 1 and 2 Chapter 4 covers how. PRELIMINARY PROOFS, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , Preface for Instructors ix.
to de ne classes All of the basic information about classes including inheritance is. presented by the end of Chapter 7 even if you omit Chapter 6 However some topics. regarding classes including inheritance can be postponed to later in a course . Although this book introduces classes early it does not neglect traditional program . ming techniques such as top down design and loop design techniques These older topics. may no longer be glamorous but they are information that all beginning students need . Generic Programming, Students are introduced to type parameters when they cover vectors in Chapter 10 Vectors. are presented in their latest version when includes a type parameter for the base type of. the vector Students are then shown how to de ne their own classes that include a type. parameter , Language Details and Sample Code, The book teaches programming technique rather than simply the Java language However . neither students nor instructors would be satis ed with an introductory programming. course that did not also teach the programming language Until you calm a student s fears. about language details it is often impossible to focus her or his attention on bigger issues . For this reason the book gives complete explanations of Java language features and lots of. sample code Programs are presented in their entirety along with sample input and output . In many cases in addition to the complete examples in the text extra complete examples. are available over the Internet , Self Test Questions. Self test questions are spread throughout each chapter These questions have a wide range. of dif culty levels Some require only a one word answer whereas others require the. reader to write an entire nontrivial program Complete answers for all the self test ques . tions including those requiring full programs are given at the end of each chapter . Class Tested, The material in the book has been fully class tested Much of the material and many of the. methods of presentation were revised in response to this testing . Support Material, The support materials described here can be obtained from the publisher or over the.
Internet ,PRELIMINARY PROOFS, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , x Preface for Instructors. Support Resources, The source code from the book code for extra programming examples and links to. download locations for Java compilers and programming environments are provided on. the book s web site , http www prenhall com savitch. Instructor s Resource Guide, Instructor tools include a chapter by chapter Instructor s Resource Guide that contains.
numerous teaching hints quiz questions with solutions solutions to many programming. exercises PowerPoint slides and other teaching resources Instructors should contact their. Prentice Hall sales representative to receive information on how to access the Instructor s. web site For the name and number of your sales representative contact Prentice Hall via. the following web site , http www prenhall com , Walter Savitch. wsavitch ucsd edu, http www cse ucsd edu users savitch. PRELIMINARY PROOFS, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , PREFACE FOR STUDENTS. This book is designed to teach you the Java programming language and even more impor . tantly to teach you basic programming techniques It requires no previous programming. experience and no mathematics other than some simple high school algebra However to. get the full bene t of the book you should have a version of Java available on your com . puter so that you can practice with the examples and techniques given You should have. version 5 0 or higher of Java Sun has changed the way it numbers version Version 5 0. was formerly called version 1 5 and you may still nd it referred to as version 1 5 in some. contexts If you have a copy of Java called version 1 5 that should be ne . If You Have Programmed Before, You need no previous programming experience to use this book It was designed for.
beginners If you happen to have had experience with some other programming language . do not assume that Java is the same as the programming language s you are accustomed. to using All languages are different and the differences even if small are large enough to. give you problems Read at least the boxed material in Section 1 3 of Chapter 1 and all of. the boxed material in Chapters 2 and 3 By the time you reach Chapter 4 you would be. wise to read the entire chapter , If you have programmed before in either C or C the transition to Java can be trouble . some At rst glance Java may seem almost the same as C or C However Java is very. different from these languages and you need to be aware of the differences Appendix 11. compares Java and C to help you see what the differences are . Copies of the Programs in the Text, All the programs and other software examples in the book are available for downloading. from the book s web site so that you can practice with these examples without having to. type them into your computer , Obtaining a Copy of Java. There are links on the book s web site that lead you to sites for downloading Java com . pilers and programming environments For beginners we recommend Sun s Java SDK. for your Java compiler and related software and TextPad as a simple editor environment. for writing Java code When downloading the Java SDK be sure to obtain a version. number of 5 0 or higher , Books Web Site, The source code from the book code for extra programming examples and links to down . load locations for Java compilers and programming environments are provided on the. book s web site , http www prenhall com savitch,PRELIMINARY PROOFS xi.
2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , xii Preface for Students. Self Test Questions, Each chapter contains numerous self test questions Complete answers to these questions. are given at the end of each chapter One of the best ways to practice what you are learning. is to do the self test questions before you look at the answers . This Text Is Also a Reference Book, In addition to using this book as a textbook you can and should use it as a reference . When you need to check a point that you have forgotten or that you hear mentioned by. somebody but have not yet learned yourself just look in the index Many index entries. give a page number for quick reference Turn to this quick reference page It will con . tain a short entry usually set off in a box that gives all the essential points on that topic . You can do this to check details of the Java language as well as details on programming. techniques , Boxed sections in every chapter give you a quick summary of the main points in that. chapter You can use these boxes to review the chapter or to check details of the Java lan . guage , We Want Your Opinions, This book was written for you and we would like to hear any comments you have on it .
You can contact me via e mail at the following address . wsavitch ucsd edu, Unfortunately I cannot provide you with answers to the programming exercises Only. instructors who adopt the book can receive selected answers from the publisher For help. with the programming exercises you will have to contact your instructor Even if you are. not enrolled in a class I still cannot provide answers to programming exercises But. remember that there are answers to all the self test questions at the end of each chapter . Walter Savitch, http www cse ucsd edu users savitch. PRELIMINARY PROOFS, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. I thank the Computer Science and Engineering Department of the University of Califor . nia San Diego UCSD which is my home department and the place where I tested much. of this material Many students in my classes were kind enough to help correct preliminary. versions of this text These student comments and the comments of instructors who class . tested this book were a tremendous help in shaping the nal book In particular I extend a. special thanks to Carole McNamee of California State University Sacramento and to Paul. Kube of UCSD for their detailed feedback and class testing of earlier editions of the book . I also extend a special thanks to Robert Burton of BYU for preparing a detailed analysis of. a draft for this edition Their comments have helped tremendously in shaping this book . I thank all the reviewers who took the time to read drafts of earlier editions of the book . They provided invaluable detailed comments and suggestions that continue to bene t this. new edition In alphabetical order they are, Jim Buffenbarger Idaho State University.
Robert P Burton Brigham Young University, Steve Cater Kettering University. Martin Chelten Moorpark Community College, Michael Clancy University of California Berkeley. Tom Cortina SUNY Stony Brook, Prasun Dewan University of North Carolina. Laird Dornan Sun Microsystems Inc , H E Dunsmore Purdue University Lafayette. Adel Elmaghraby University of Louisville, Gobi Gopinath Suffolk County Community College .
Le Gruenwald University of Oklahoma, Gopal Gupta University of Texas Dallas. Ricci Heishman North Virginia Community College, Robert Herrmann Sun Microsystems Inc Java Soft. Robert Holloway University of Wisconsin Madison, Lily Hou Carnegie Mellon University. Rob Kelly SUNY Stony Brook, Michele Kleckner Elon College. Mike Litman Western Illinois University, Blayne May eld Oklahoma State University.
John Motil California State University Northridge. Michael Olan Stockton State, James Roberts Carnegie Mellon University. Alan Saleski Loyola University Chicago, Nan C Schaller Rochester Institute of Technology. Ryan Shoemaker Sun Microsystems Inc , Ken Slonneger University of Iowa. Donald E Smith Rutgers University, Boyd Trolinger Butte College. Subramanian Vijayarangam University of Massachusetts Lowell. PRELIMINARY PROOFS xiii, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved .
This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , xiv Acknowledgments. I would to also thank the reviewers of this new edition . Robert Burton Brigham Young University, Ed Gellenbeck Central Washington University. Anthony Larrain Depaul University, Michael Long California State University. Drew McDermott Yale University, Ken Slonneger University of Iowa. Navabi Tadayon Arizona State University, Richard Whitehouse Arizona State University.
Michael Young University of Oregon, I also thank all the individuals at Prentice Hall who organized the reviewing and pro . duction of this book In particular I thank Toni Holm Patrick Lindner and Irwin Zucker . I extend a special thanks to my publisher Alan Apt for his invaluable support and advice. throughout the writing and production process All these wonderful people cheerfully did. a great job , Lew Rakocy prepared the programming solutions for the instructor s guide Robert. Burton prepared the PowerPoint slides I thank both of them for their conscientious work . I thank Sun Microsystems for allowing me to use the Duke icon in a number of my GUI. examples , W S ,PRELIMINARY PROOFS, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved . This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and. Programming Fourth Edition ISBN 0 13 149202 0 , DEPENDENCY CHART. This chart shows the prerequisites for the chapters in the book If there is a line between. two boxes the material in the higher box should be covered before the material in the. lower box Minor variations to this chart are discussed in the Prerequisites section at the. start of each chapter These variations usually provide more rather than less exibility. than what is shown on the chart , , Chapter 1, Introduction.
Chapter 2, Primitive Types Strings, Chapter 3, Section 6 1 Flow of Control. Array Basics, Chapters 4 and 5, Basic Classes and Methods Section 11 1 Basic. Recursion, Chapter 7 Section 8 1 Chapter 6 Sections 9 1 and 9 2. Inheritance Exception Basics Arrays Text Files, Section 10 1 . Vectors Section 10 2 Chapter 11 , Linked Lists Recursion.
Chapter 12 , Basic Swing Chapter 8 Section 10 3, Exceptions Generics. Section 9 4 Section 9 3 The, Binary Files File Class. Chapter 13 Chapter 14, Applets More Swing, Note that some sections of these chapters can be covered sooner Those sections are given. in this chart , See the chapter s Prerequisites section for full details . Most of Section 10 1 Vectors can be covered before covering inheritance . PRELIMINARY PROOFS xv, 2005 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ All rights reserved .
This material is protected under all copyright laws as they currently exist No portion of this material may be reproduced in any form or by any means . without permission in writing from the publisher For the exclusive use of adopters of the book JAVA An Introduction to Problem Solving and.


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