Conventions Used in This Book


This book uses various typefaces:

  • A special monospace font is used to help you distinguish code-related terms from regular English, for. Here's an example: The actionPerformed method handles menu selections, setting the appropriate drawing flags as needed.

  • As I develop the code in this book, the new code being added will appear this way:

     import java.awt.*; import java.awt.event.*; public class Intercom1 extends Frame implements Runnable, ActionListener {     public static void main(String[] args)     {         new Intercom1();     }     .     .     . } 

  • Each chapter has a real-world scenario, which looks like this:

    REAL-WORLD SCENARIO

    You're going to find real-world experience and insights in real-world scenarios like this one. These track what's going on in the computer industry, in the technology under discussion, or just generally in programmer's lives these days.


  • Notes, tips, and cautions look like this:

NOTE

Notes provide additional information related to the surrounding topics.


TIP

Tips provide shortcuts to make a task or better ways to accomplish certain features.


CAUTION

Cautions alert you to potential problems, or to common pitfalls you should avoid.


And that's all you need. Get ready and turn to Chapter 1, "Making Fish Swim in the Multithreaded Aquarium," to crank things up and make those fish swim.



    Java After Hours(c) 10 Projects You'll Never Do at Work
    Java After Hours: 10 Projects Youll Never Do at Work
    ISBN: 0672327473
    EAN: 2147483647
    Year: 2006
    Pages: 128

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