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The Java Developers Almanac 1998presents all the core Java packages and their members in an easy-to-consult format. The first part of Chan's book lists Java packages alphabetically. Each package is accompanied by a list, also alphabetical, of its member classes and their purposes. In later sections all the individual classes are listed alphabetically. A typical class's entry includes its inheritance structure and a table of all its properties and methods. The author concludes with useful commentaries on topical Java issues (such as operator precedence and the differences between Java 1.1 and Java 1.2) and a cross-reference that reveals relationships between classes.-- David Wall
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ISBN-10:  0201379678
ISBN-13:  978-0201379679
Author:  Patrick Chan
Publisher:  Addison-Wesley
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review by . January 11, 2000
Given the large size of the current class libraries in Java, the quality of your references is now more critical than ever. In my work as a technical editor of Java books, I have found this book invaluable. The content consists almost entirely of the class names, what they are derived from and the interfaces. The remainder is a collection of "examplets", small snippets of code that show how some of the methods are used. Alphabetized based on the class names, it is adequate when your only interest …
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