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Introduction to the Art of Programming Using Scala - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

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Introduction to the Art of Programming Using Scala PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 1439896666, By Mark C. Lewis

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Part I: Introductory Concepts
Chapter 1. Basics of Computers, Computing, and Programming
Chapter 2. Getting to Know the Tools
Chapter 3. Scala Basics
Chapter 4. Conditionals
Chapter 5. Functions
Chapter 6. Recursion for Iteration
Chapter 7. Arrays and Lists in Scala
Chapter 8. Loops
Chapter 9. Text Files
Chapter 10. Case Classes
Chapter 11. GUIs
Chapter 12. Graphics
Chapter 13. Sorting and Searching
Chapter 14. XML
Chapter 15. Recursion


Part II: Object-Orientation, Abstraction, and Data Structures
Chapter 16. Object-Orientation
Chapter 17. Bigger Programs/New Tools
Chapter 18. A Project (Drawing Program)
Chapter 19. Abstraction and Polymorphism
Chapter 20. Other Collection Types
Chapter 21. Multithreading and Concurrency
Chapter 22. Stream I/O
Chapter 23. Networking
Chapter 24. Stacks and Queues
Chapter 25. Linked Lists
Chapter 26. Priority Queues
Chapter 27. Refactoring
Chapter 28. Recursion
Chapter 29. Trees
Chapter 30. Regular Expressions and Context-Free Parsers
Chapter 31. Spatial Trees
Chapter 32. Binary Heaps
Chapter 33. Direct Access Binary Files
Chapter 34. Actors
Chapter 35. Augmenting Trees
Chapter 36. Wrapping Up


Appendix A: Quick Preview of Java
Appendix B: Advanced Scala Concepts
Appendix C: Glossary

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