The previous unit, Unit 6, has shown you how to create graphical user interfaces that contain a wide range of components and have quite sophisticated layouts. You are also in a position now to make use of Java reference material to investigate and use other components and layouts. However, when the user clicks on a button or enters text, nothing... Internet Programming
So far, we have described many features of the Java programming language that are broadly equivalent to those in other programming languages. This unit marks a change in that we will consider some of the more distinctive aspects of Java, which make it very popular for internet-related programming.
We will describe how to use Java to program...
A Course in Formal Languages, Automata and Groups (Universitext)
This book is based on notes for a master’s course given at Queen Mary, University
of London, in the 1998/9 session. Such courses in London are quite short, and the
course consisted essentially of the material in the first three chapters, together with
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The salient features of this book include: strong coverage of key topics involving recurrence relation, combinatorics, Boolean algebra, graph theory and fuzzy set theory. Algorithms and examples integrated throughout the book to bring clarity to the fundamental concepts. Each concept and definition is followed by thoughtful examples. There is...
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