This book is primarily targeted at the Java programmers and students who want to prepare for the
SCJP certification exam for Java 5, CX-310-055, or the update exam, CX-310-056. Since the book has a
laser-sharp focus on the exam objectives, expert Java programmers who want to pass the exam can
use this book to ensure that they do not overlook any objective. Yet, it is not an exam-cram book. The
chapters and the sections inside each chapter are presented in a logical learning sequence: every
new chapter builds upon knowledge acquired in previous chapters, and there is no hopping from
topic to topic. The concepts and topics, simple and complex, are explained in a concise yet comprehensive
fashion. This facilitates stepwise learning and prevents confusion. Furthermore, Chapter 1
presents a very basic introduction to computer programming and the Java programming language
for absolute beginners. Hence, this book is also very useful for beginners to get up to speed quickly
even if they are new to Java and computer programming. Even after the exam, you will find yourself
returning to this book as a useful reference for basic Java programming.
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Part 1 presents a general overview of the product. In this part, we provide you with an introduction to the product by showing you key elements of the Web browser interface.
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