Object Oriented Thinking in Java

by Rudolf Pecinovsky

Rudolf Pecinovsky is a senior EDU expert in ICZ, Inc. and associate professor of software engineering at the University of Economics, Prague. He has more than 20 years experience in programming education. Rudolf has published 39 books in five languages. His latest book on design patterns was released in September 2007.

Table of Contents

1. Prolog

  • How to work with BlueJ
  • Revision
  • 2. Introduction

    3. We send the first messages

    4. Test class

    5. Messages asking for values

    6. Messages asking for object reference

    7. Messages with parameters

    8. Object parameters

    9. Expedition into object interior

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