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1.1 What is a programming language?
1.2 What is a program?
1.3 What is debugging?
1.4 Formal and natural languages
1.5 The ﬁrst program
1.6 Glossary
1.7 Exercises
2.1 More printing
2.2 Variables
2.3 Assignment
2.4 Printing variables
2.5 Keywords
2.6 Operators
2.7 Order of operations
2.8 Operators for Strings
2.9 Composition
2.10 Glossary
2.11 Exercises
Methods
3.1 Floating-point
3.2 Converting from double to int
3.3 Math methods
3.4 Composition
3.6 Classes and methods
3.7 Programs with multiple methods
3.8 Parameters and arguments
3.9 Stack diagrams
3.10 Methods with multiple parameters
3.11 Methods with results
3.12 Glossary
3.13 Exercises
Conditionals and recursion
4.1 The modulus operator
4.2 Conditional execution
4.3 Alternative execution
4.4 Chained conditionals
4.5 Nested conditionals
4.6 The return statement
4.7 Type conversion
4.8 Recursion
4.9 Stack diagrams for recursive methods
4.10 Glossary
4.11 Exercises
GridWorld: Part One
5.1 Getting started
5.2 BugRunner
Fruitful methods
6.1 Return values
6.2 Program development
6.3 Composition
6.5 Boolean expressions
6.6 Logical operators
6.7 Boolean methods
6.8 More recursion
6.9 Leap of faith
6.10 One more example
6.11 Glossary
6.12 Exercises
Iteration
7.1 Multiple assignment
7.2 Iteration
7.3 The while statement
7.4 Tables
7.5 Two-dimensional tables
7.6 Encapsulation and generalization
7.7 Methods
7.8 More encapsulation
7.9 Local variables
7.10 More generalization
7.11 Glossary
7.12 Exercises
8.1 Invoking methods on objects
8.2 Length
8.3 Traversal
8.4 Run-time errors
8.6 The indexOf method
8.7 Looping and counting
8.8 Increment and decrement operators
8.9 Strings are immutable
8.10 Strings are incomparable
8.11 Glossary
8.12 Exercises
9.1 Points and Rectangles
9.2 Packages
9.3 Point objects
9.4 Instance variables
9.5 Objects as parameters
9.6 Rectangles
9.12 Objects and primitives
9.13 Glossary
9.14 Exercises
GridWorld: Part 2
10.1 Termites
10.2 Langton’s Termite
11.1 Class deﬁnitions and object types
11.2 Time
11.3 Constructors
11.4 More constructors
11.5 Creating a new object
11.6 Printing an object
11.7 Operations on objects
11.8 Pure functions
11.9 Modiﬁers
11.10 Fill-in methods
11.11 Which is best?
11.12 Incremental development vs. planning
11.13 Generalization
11.14 Algorithms
11.15 Glossary
11.16 Exercises
12.5 Array length
12.6 Random numbers
12.7 Array of random numbers
12.8 Counting
12.9 The histogram
12.10 A single-pass solution
12.11 Glossary
12.12 Exercises
Arrays of Objects
13.1 Composition
13.2 Card objects
13.3 The printCard method
13.4 The sameCard method
13.5 The compareCard method
13.6 Arrays of cards
13.7 The printDeck method
13.8 Searching
13.9 Decks and subdecks
13.10 Glossary
13.11 Exercises
Objects of Arrays
14.1 The Deck class
14.2 Shuﬄing
14.3 Sorting
14.4 Subdecks
14.5 Shuﬄing and dealing
14.6 Mergesort
14.7 Glossary
14.8 Exercises
15.1 Programming languages and styles
15.2 Object and class methods
15.3 The current object
15.4 Complex numbers
15.5 A function on Complex numbers
15.6 Another function on Complex numbers
15.7 A modiﬁer
15.8 The toString method
15.9 The equals method
15.10 Invoking one object method from another
15.11 Oddities and errors
15.12 Inheritance
15.13 Drawable rectangles
15.14 The class hierarchy
15.15 Object-oriented design
15.16 Glossary
15.17 Exercises
Program development plan
Debugging
B.1 Syntax errors
B.2 Run-time errors
B.3 Semantic errors
Input and Output in Java
Graphics
D.1 Java 2D Graphics
D.2 Graphics methods
D.3 Coordinates
D.4 Color
D.5 Mickey Mouse
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