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xi This book is an introduction to object-oriented programming using the Java programming language. We use the object-first approach where objects are used from the first sample program. Object-oriented thinking is emphasized and pro- moted from the beginning. Students learn how to use objects first and then learn how to define their own objects. Key Changes in the 5th Edition The key differences between this edition and the fourth edition are as follows: 1.More Discussion on Java 5.0 Features and Java 6.0 Compatibility. Many of the new Java 5.0 features are explained and used in the sample programs. They include the enumerator type, the for-each loop construct, auto boxing and unboxing, and the generics. 2.Exclusive Use of Console Input and Output. All the GUI related topics, including the JOptionPane class, are moved to Chapter 14. Sample programs before Chapter 14 use the standard console input (Scanner) and output (System.out). Those who want to use JOptionPane for simple input and output
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