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Welcome to the Companion Website for Java How to Program.

Java™ How to Program

Java How to Program
6th Edition
by
Harvey Deitel and Paul Deitel

WELCOME to our Companion Website (CW)! This website is a valuable accompaniment to the textbook Java How to Program, 6e, and is intended to assist professors, instructors, and students in mastering this material.

It contains everything from Book Resources to an interactive online study guide.

Please find below the CW outline. In this outline we describe how to use the website and present an overview of its components.

Companion Website OUTLINE:

Book Resources
(Please select Book Resources from the 'Select Chapter' pull down menu at the top of this page, and click on "Go")
  • Table of Contents
  • Sample Chapters
  • Links
  • Source Code

Each Chapter contains the following:
(Select a Chapter from the 'Select Chapter' pull down menu at the top of this page, and click on "Go")

  • Objectives
  • Outline
  • Tips
  • Summary
  • On-line Study Guide – A virtual online Study Guide for students, with a wide variety of extra problems and practice quizzes (with solutions) developed to mirror the contents of the book, and help students develop effective problem-solving strategies. This online study guide is interactive, and provides immediate feedback to students.

    Intended to ask students to think conceptually about the material presented. Quizzes include:

    • True/False

    Note: True/False content for chapters 11-29 is coming soon.

How To Navigate This Webiste

  1. Select a Chapter of your choice from the 'Select Chapter:' pull down menu at the top of this page, and click on "Go"
  2. Navigational icons are located on the left side bar of the screen.

We hope you find this site useful and enjoyable. Should you have any questions, comments, or problems, please email us.

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