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Generic Code and the Virtual Machine Volume I—Fundamentals, Ninth Edition 13 reviews. The Java Programming Environment 2. The Cosmic Superclass 5. Working with 2D Shapes 7.
Design Hints for Inheritance Chapter 6. Using the Command-Line Tools 2. Interfaces and Callbacks 6.
Using a Debugger Chapter Common Misconceptions about Java Chapter 2. Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming 4. An Introduction to Java 1. Java Web Start Interfaces and Inner Classes 6. Building and Running Applets Chapter 3.