Title: Bleeding at the Keyboard: A Guide to Modern Programming with Java
Author: J E Rawlins
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“Bleeding at the Keyboard” adapts a fresh style to introduce Java to students. It presents an analogy of theatrical performances with contents of Java. The objects are analogous to actors, classes to the roles, methods to scenes, Java interpreter to producers, coders to screenplay writers or directors and customer to audiences.
It has started out with setting the stages using object, class, method, program, Java interpreter, inheritance, interface, design patterns then going to introduce the main players like class, variable, value, type, state, behavior, reference value, boolean variable, int variable, double variable, boolean value, scope, local variable, global variable.
The student gets a clear idea of components of Java as it is relatable to real-world entities which are the main goal of object-oriented programming. All the logical operators are explained as behind the scenes works which are the building blocks of a program. Students who are new to Java world are recommended to start their journey with this book. It will make Java a cake walk for them.
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