Download e-book for iPad: Core Java(TM), Volume I--Fundamentals by Cay S. Horstmann

By Cay S. Horstmann

ISBN-10: 0132354764

ISBN-13: 9780132354769

ISBN-10: 0132354799

ISBN-13: 9780132354790

This e-book is a brilliant clarification of Java programming when you've got had a few adventure in programming languages (especially C) sooner than. should you like studying from instance code this can be the ebook to get because it has plenty of appropriate instance code that's rather well commented.

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4. Be sure to uncheck the option labeled “Create project in workspace”. 5. Click the “Finish” button. The project is now created. 25 Chapter 2. The Java Programming Environment 26 Chapter 2 ■ The Java Programming Environment Figure 2–5 Configuring an Eclipse project 6. Click on the triangle in the left pane next to the project window to open it, and then click on the triangle next to “Default package”. java. You should now see a window with the program code (see Figure 2–6). Figure 2–6 Editing a source file with Eclipse Chapter 2.

Now, the 16-bit char type is insufficient to describe all Unicode characters. 0. A code point is a code value that is associated with a character in an encoding scheme. In the Unicode standard, code points are written in hexadecimal and prefixed with U+, such as U+0041 for the code point of the letter A. Unicode has code points that are grouped into 17 code planes. The first code plane, called the basic multilingual plane, consists of the “classic” Unicode characters with code points U+0000 to U+FFFF.

After starting Eclipse, select File -> New Project from the menu. 2. Select “Java Project” from the wizard dialog (see Figure 2–4). 2. Don’t worry if your version of Eclipse looks slightly different. Figure 2–4 New Project dialog in Eclipse 3. Click the “Next” button. java (see Figure 2–5). 4. Be sure to uncheck the option labeled “Create project in workspace”. 5. Click the “Finish” button. The project is now created. 25 Chapter 2. The Java Programming Environment 26 Chapter 2 ■ The Java Programming Environment Figure 2–5 Configuring an Eclipse project 6.

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