What Do You Want To Do?
About the Book
Learning a programming language on you own can be daunting.
Programming books can be confusing and incomplete.
Program listings often do not work until you have mucked around using trial and error.
I like to use books as reference after I have read them. Invariably, none of the books have the particular information that I want, nor do they have references to other information sources.
“Java Programming -- What Do You Want To Do?” changes all that. Inside there are clear instructions on how to do what you want to do -- Basic structures, graphics programming with AWT and NetBeans, Advanced structures, test preparation, networking, cell phone programming and much more.
About the Author
Steven P. Warr has taught computer science in public High schools for more than twenty-five years. In transitioning from Pascal, and C++ to Java, he has absorbed not only the nuances of programming logic, but also the best methods to teach that logic to students. Prior to teaching, he was a career army officer, retiring after 32 years as a lieutenant colonel. He lives in the Houston, Texas area where he continues to teach computer science at Klein High School.