Java 2 complete referance book 5th addition

Like all other computer languages, the elements of Java do not exist in isolation.
Rather, they work together to form the language as a whole. However, this
interrelatedness can make it difficult to describe one aspect of Java without
involving several others. Often a discussion of one feature implies prior knowledge of another. For this reason, this chapter presents a quick overview of several key features of Java. The material described here will give you a foothold that will allowyou to write and understand simple programs.



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