The Don't Panic Guide to Programming in Java

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Holt Software Assoc Incorporated, Jun 1, 2001 - Computers - 110 pages
"Created as a workbook-like resource for introducing programming to students using the Java language, [this resource] is an accessible learning tool which introduces students to problem solving and computer programming. By reading the text and completing the exercises, students learn the various parts that make up a computer system, how computers are used to solve problems, what a problem solving model is, and how to input instructions into the computer to create real programs of their own. [This resource] makes use of Ready to Program, an easy-to-use Java development environment that allows students to start writing Java programs quickly without wasting time learning the intricacies of a professional development environment. It uses a helper Console class to get students writing programs quickly."--Publisher's website (

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