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Operating Systems, Third Edition

Operating Systems, 3/e is intended primarily for the one- and two-semester operating systems courses (per the most recent ACM/IEEE curriculum) that universities offer to juniors, seniors and graduate computer-science students. The text goes beyond the standard coverage in operating systems courses with key chapters on multiprocessing, networking, distributed systems, performance
and security. The text features extensive, up-to-the-minute case studies on the latest versions of Linux (2.6) and Microsoft Windows XP. An abundance of charts, diagrams, illustrations and exercises (both with and without solutions) is included.

Coming Soon!

 Key features of this textbook include:

  • Conforms to all core requirements and elective topics of the IEEE/ACM’s CC 2001 Operating Systems course (except for shell scripting).

  • Engaging two-color design.

  • Approximately 300 charts, tables and illustrations.

  • Extensive Web resources in every chapter.

  • Hundreds of self-review questions and answers (two after each section).

  • End-of-chapter and end-of-book glossaries with approximately 1800
    terms defined.

  • Works Cited section at the end of every chapter.

  • Recommended Readings sections.

  • Multithreading treatments in pseudocode and Java.

  • 100+ page case studies on Linux 2.6 and Windows XP.

  • “Operating Systems Thinking” features.

  • Anecdotes

Pre-publication reviewer comments:

"This book is an amazingly thorough overview of all aspects of operating system design. The student should come away from this with an appreciation of all the principles involved in this complex subject. The in-depth case studies of Linux and Windows XP bridge the gap between the academic study in the remainder of the book and the real world."

Barry Margolin
Level(3) Communications

Operating Systems, 3/E

ISBN: 0131828274
© 2004
pages: 1400

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  • Mini case studies on many key operating systems.

  • Biographic features on many key people in the operating systems field.

  • Instructor's resources, including PowerPoint slides, Test-Item File, Solution's Manual, Companion Web site questions and other support Web sites with up-to-date information on the book (www.deitel.com and www.prenhall.com/deitel)

Pre-publication reviewer comments:

"An excellent in-depth overview of the most important principles used by today's operating systems. A comprehensive explanation of modern operating system principles and design."

Brian Catlin
Sannas Consulting


 

Internet & World Wide Web How to Program, Third Edition

Internet and World Wide Web How to Program, 3/e introduces students with little or no programming experience to the exciting world of Web-based applications. A comprehensive book that teaches the fundamentals needed to program on the Internet, this text provides in-depth coverage of introductory programming principles, various markup languages (XHTML™, Dynamic HTML and XML), several scripting languages (JavaScript™, JScript .NET, ColdFusion®, Flash ActionScript, Perl, Python, PHP and VBScript), Web servers (IIS and Apache) and relational databases (MySQL)all the skills and tools needed to create dynamic Web-based applications. The text also contains a comprehensive introduction to ASP.NET and XML. [Note: For readers using previous versions of ASP prior to ASP.NET, the CD accompanying the book contains material on this topic.] New in this edition are chapters on Macromedia ColdFusion and Macromedia Dreamweaver® MX and a much enhanced treatment of Flash™ (updated for Flash™ MX), including a case study on building a video game in Flash. Hundreds of LIVE-CODE examples of real applications throughout the book and on the accompanying CD, allow readers to run the applications and see and hear the outputs. We instruct readers about incorporating multimedia into Web pages and Web-based applications to enhance the presentation of online content. Chapters on e-Business/e-Commerce and Accessibility for people with disabilities expose the readers to a wide range of other topics associated with building robust applications on the Internet. After mastering the material in this book, students will be well prepared to build real-world, industrial-strength, Web-based applications.

 Coming mid-November!

 CD-ROM with every text includes:

  • Adobe Reader 6.0

  • Microsoft Agent 2.0

  • MySQL 4.0

  • PHP 4.3.3

  • Apache Web Server 2.0.47

  • Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.1

  • .NET Framework Software Development Kit (SDK) 1.13

  • Macromedia FlashMX 2004 (30-day trial)

  • DreamweaverMX 2004 (30-day trial)

  • ColdFusion MX 6.1 (30-day trial, then becomes full developer version)

  Additional Resources

  • Instructor's resources, including PowerPoint slides, Test-Item File, Solution's Manual, Companion Web site questions and other support Web sites
    with up-to-date information on the book (
    www.deitel.com and www.prenhall.com/deitel)

Internet & World Wide Web How to Program, 3/E

ISBN: 0131450913
© 2004
pages: 1400

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Pre-publication reviewer comments:

"I've never enjoyed a computer textbook more   than this one. Exceptional examples elegantly coded and explained. It's an extraordinarily interesting and instructive book."

Jim Huddleston
Independent Consultant

 

 

Simply Series Features

Features of the DEITEL Simply Series

These books combine the DEITEL® signature LIVE-CODE Approach with an APPLICATION-DRIVEN methodology, in which readers build real-world applications that incorporate programming fundamentals. We have merged the notion of a lab manual with that of a conventional textbook, creating a publication in which students build and execute applications from start to finish while learning the basics of programming from the ground up!
  • Step-by-step tutorials show how to build and run complete applications, from start to finish.

  • APPLICATION-DRIVEN design includes over 30 tutorials and 100+ exercises on real-word applications.

  • Full-color or two-color presentation, including syntax coloring (or highlighting), code highlighting, callouts and extensive comments.

  • Tips for improving reliability, performance and usability of your applications.

  • Deitel® signature Live-Code approach presents programming concepts using complete working applications.

  • Debugging sections and exercises that teach the debugging concepts.

  • Graphics and multimedia-rich content.

  • Key terms sections in every tutorial and a comprehensive glossary at the end of the book.

  • Multi-level index.

  • UML activity diagrams replace flowcharts.

  • Self-review multiple-choice questions  and answers for immediate feedback after each section.

  • Special sections on GUI Design Guidelines and on Controls, Events, Properties and Methods  (for the .NET books) and Java Library Reference sections (for Simply Java Programming) are highlighted in each tutorial and as appendices for easy reference.

  • Ten additional multiple-choice questions at the end of every tutorial, plus "What does this code do?" and "What's wrong with this code?" exercises, and four programming exercises all focused on real-world applications, including a "Programming Challenge".

  • Skill summaries.


Simply C#

In-stock November 4th, 2003!

In Simply C#, students learn GUI design, controls, methods, functions, data types, control statements, procedures, arrays, object-oriented programming, strings and characters, sequential files and more in this comprehensive introduction to C#. We also include higher-end topics such as database programming, multimedia, graphics and Web applications development. After mastering the material in this book, students will be able to program in C# and to employ many key capabilities of the .NET platform.

The textbook is up-to-date with Microsoft’s latest release of Visual Studio—Visual Studio .NET 2003, which includes an updated version of Visual C# .NET (or just C#). We have built every application in this book using the 2003 software. All applications and solutions have been fully tested and run on this new platform.

Features of Simply C# include:

  • Screen captures and line numbers that match Visual Studio .NET 2003

  • Book includes Microsoft Visual C# .NET 2003 Standard Edition software, which you can use to run all the applications provided in the text [Note: This shrink-wrapped product is available for academic markets only.]

  • Instructor's resources: PowerPoint slides, Test-Item File and support Web sites with up-to-date information on the book (www.deitel.com and www.prenhall.com/deitel)

Sample Tutorials

Tutorial 7: Wage Calculator Application: Introducing Algorithms, Pseudocode and Program Control
Tutorial 17: Flag Quiz Application: Introducing One-Dimensional Arrays and ComboBoxes
Tutorial 27: Phone Book Application: Introducing Multimedia Using Microsoft Agent
Tutorial 29: Bookstore Application Client Tier: Introducing Web Controls

Simply C#

ISBN: 0131426419
© 2004
pages: 900

Table of Contents
Preface

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Pre-publication reviewer comments

"I've already decided to adopt!...Showing the student what an application will do, then building it, engages the student and provides superior motivation. A great teaching vehicle in the Deitel tradition!"

Peter Van de Goes
Rose State Community College
Business & IT Division

 


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Simply Java Programming

Available Now!

Simply Java™ Programming An APPLICATION DRIVEN Tutorial Approach demonstrates the power of object-oriented, event-driven programming in Java.

   We explore Java concepts in the context of interesting, real-world applications such as: Web-Based Bookstore, ATM, Phone Directory, Car Payments, Billing, Flag Quiz, Fundraiser, Graphics Painter, Inventory, Investment Interest, Wage Calculator, Microwave Oven, Screen Scraper, Security Panel, Shipping Hub, Ticket Ordering, Typing Skills Developer, Drawing Shapes and more.

   Key topics discussed include the Java Class Library , GUI components (JButtons, JTextFields, JLists, Timers, JComboBoxes, JCheckBoxes, JRadioButtons, JMenus, JTextAreas, JSpinners and others), event handling, debugging, algorithms, pseudocode, UML™, control statements, methods, random-number generation, arrays, classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces, collections, mouse and keyboard events, strings, sequential-access files, database, graphics, multimedia, GUI design, 3-tier Web application development, iterators, ArrayLists, JSP, HTML and more.

 

For more details our publications in the Simply Series, please read the Features of the Deitel Simply Series section.

CD-ROM with Every Text includes

  • Java Software Development Kit Standard Edition Version 1.4.1 for Windows and Linux (Intel X86)

  • Source code for all the book's examples

  • Software including Java™ 2 Platform Standard Edition v.1.4.1_02

  • JCreator LE v2.50 (Windows Only)

  • jEdit v.4.1.

  • jGRASP v.1.5.3

  • Sun™ ONE Studio 4 Update 1

  • IBM® Cloudscape™ v.5.1.3 Evaluation Copy

  • Apache Tomcat v.4.1.24

Sample Tutorials:


Tutorial 4: Completing the Inventory Application: Introducing Programming


Tutorial 15: Craps Game Application: Introducing Random Number Generation and the JPanel


Tutorial 27:
Drawing Shapes Application: Introduction to Polymorphism; an Expanded Discussion of Graphics

Simply Java™ Programming

ISBN: 0131426486
© 2004
pages: 971

 

Table of Contents
Preface

 

 

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Instructor's resources: PowerPoint slides, Test-Item File, Companion Web site questions and other support Web sites with up-to-date information on the book (www.deitel.com and www.prenhall.com/deitel)

Pre-publication reviewer comments

"The seamless integration of UML, object-oriented programming and design, and GUI concepts make this text an excellent choice for introductory programmers looking for a springboard into advanced technologies."

Gavin T. Osborne
Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Simply Visual Basic .NET 2003

Available Now!

In Simply Visual Basic .NET 2003, students learn GUI design, controls, methods, functions, data types, control statements, procedures, arrays, object-oriented programming, strings and characters, sequential files and more in this comprehensive introduction to Visual Basic .NET. We also include higher-end topics such as database programming, multimedia and graphics and Web applications development. After mastering the material in this book, students will be able to program in Visual Basic .NET and to employ many key capabilities of the .NET platform.

Up-to-date with Microsoft’s latest release of Visual Studio—Visual Studio .NET 2003, which includes an updated version of Visual Basic .NET. We have rebuilt every application in this book using the 2003 software. All applications and solutions have been fully tested and run on this new platform.

 

For more details on our publications in the Simply Series, please read the Features of the Deitel Simply Series section.

Features of Simply Visual Basic .NET 2003 include:

  • Updated screen captures and line numbers to match Visual Studio .NET 2003

  • Book includes Microsoft Visual Basic .NET 2003 Standard Edition software, which you can use to run all the applications provided in the text [Note: This shrink-wrapped product is available for academic markets only.]

  • Instructor's resources: PowerPoint slides, Test-Item File, Companion Web site questions and other support Web sites with up-to-date information on the book (www.deitel.com and www.prenhall.com/deitel)

Sample Tutorials:


Tutorial 7: Wage Calculator Application: Introducing Algorithms, Pseudocode and Program Control
Tutorial 17: Flag Quiz Application: Introducing One-Dimensional Arrays and ComboBoxes
Tutorial 27: Phone Book Application: Introducing Multimedia Using Microsoft Agent
Tutorial 29: Bookstore Application Client Tier: Introducing Web Controls

Simply Visual Basic .NET 2003

ISBN: 0131785885
© 2004
pages: 886

Table of Contents
Preface
 


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Pre-publication reviewer comments

"This book has the best use of examples, explanations, graphics and color I have seen in my 20 years of teaching programming."

Richard Hewer
Ferris State University

 

"One of the few books that really embraces the truly practical, hands-on approach."

Sukan Makmuri
DeVry University

 


Visual C++ .NET How to Program

Available for Fall 2003 Classes!

This new book in our How to Program Series carefully explains how to use Visual C++ .NET—one of the primary languages in Microsoft's .NET initiative—as a general-purpose programming language, and how to develop multi-tier, client/server, database-intensive, Internet- and Web-based applications using the Visual C++ .NET managed extensions. The book includes Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 Standard Edition software, which you can use to run all the applications provided in the text [Note: This shrink-wrapped product is available for academic markets only.]

Just Published!

This textbook discusses topics you need to build complete .NET, Web-based applications.

Key topics include:

  • .NET Introduction/IDE/debugger

  • ASP.NET Web services

  • Control statements/methods/properties

  • Classes/data abstraction

  • OOP/inheritance/polymorphism

  • Arrays/data structures/collections

  • Assemblies/namespaces/exceptions

  • GUI/forms/controls/events/delegates

  • Database/ADO .NET/SQL

  • Files/streams/strings/regular expressions

  • Operator Overloading

  • XML/XSLT™/DOM™

  • Multithreading/networking/client-server

  • Multimedia/graphics/GDI+

Visual C++ .NET How to Program

ISBN: 0134373774
© 2004
pages: 1344

Table of Contents
Preface



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Sample Chapters from the book:

Chapter 11: Exception Handling
Chapter 12: Graphical User Interface Concepts: Part 1
Chapter 18: Extensible Markup Language (XML)


C How to Program, 4/e

New Revision Available Now!

The Fourth Edition of the world's most widely used C textbook carefully explains C and presents significant treatments of C++ and Java with over 13,000 lines of code.

This textbook introduces five of today's most popular programming paradigms—procedural, object-based, object-oriented, generic and event-driven programming.

Key topics include:

  • C control statements/functions

  • C arrays/pointers/linked data structures

  • C character and string processing

  • C structure/unions/bit manipulation

  • C formatted input/output and files

  • C enumerations/preprocessor

  • Procedural programming (in C)

  • Classes and objects (C++ and Java)

  • Inheritance/polymorphism (C++ and Java)

  • Generic programming (C++ templates)

  • Graphics, GUI and multimedia (in Java)

  • Event-driven programming (in Java)

C How to Program, 4/e helps students build C, C++ and Java applications. It includes features such as:

  • Hundreds of complete programs with screen captures that show exact outputs

  • Extensive exercises (some with answers) accompanying each chapter

  • Syntax-highlighted code that distinguishes comments, keywords and constants

  • Code highlighting that emphasizes new elements in each complete program

  • Hundreds of tips, recommended practices and cautions—all marked with icons.

Pre-publication reviewer comments

"I think it is an excellent book for an introduction to the programming language C. The examples seem to be well thought out...concepts that are covered are explained concisely and...in a manner that will allow a novice programmer to learn the concept, both through text and examples."

John Benito
Convener of the ISO working group responsible for the C programming language

 

C How to Program, 4/E

ISBN: 0131426443
© 2004
pages: 1255

Table of Contents
Preface


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The CD-ROM that is packaged with C How to Program, 4/e contains:

  • C/C++ Compilers and URLs for compilers and IDEs that can be downloaded from the Internet

  • Source code for all the book's examples

  • Hyperlinks to Internet resources mentioned in the book

  • Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 Introductory Edition (which runs both the C and C++ examples in the text

 

 

 

Pre-publication reviewer comments

I have found the elevator case study to be very helpful illustrating OOP concepts to students. By referring to a large problem from several angles, it greatly reinforces their command of the concepts and helps students work on their larger project assignments without feeling "lost".

Nancy E. Reed
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Hawaii

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lab Manuals

Deitel Lab Manuals are designed to accompany their corresponding How to Program textbooks. Currently, we have two lab manuals published to accompany Java How to Program, 5/e and/or the optional, interactive CD-ROM-based Java Multimedia Cyber Classroom, 5/e and C++ How to Program, 4/e and/or the C++ Multimedia Cyber Classroom, 4/e  in a laboratory environment. This suite of course materials offers hundreds of exercises that cover introductory and intermediate programming concepts by enabling students to "learn by doing"—a core teaching philosophy of Deitel & Associates, Inc.

Java in the Lab to Accompany Java How to Program, 5/E

ISBN: 0131016318
© 2004
pages: 486

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C++ in the Lab to Accompany C++ How to Program, 4/E

ISBN: 013038478X
© 2004
pages: 599

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Coming Soon! We are currently working on additional lab manuals, including:

  • High-end lab manual for Chapters 14 through 25 to accompany Java How to Program, 5/E.
  • Visual Basic .NET in the Lab: Lab Manual to Accompany Visual Basic .NET How to Program, 2/E.

Contact us for additional information on these additional lab manuals.

Complete Training Courses

Complete Training Courses are value-added educational packages. Each Complete Training Course comes with the corresponding Deitel How to Program textbook and the Multimedia Cyber Classroom CD (for Windows). DEITEL® Multimedia Cyber Classrooms are interactive versions of our How to Program textbooks and contain: 

  • Additional self-review questions and answers
  • An intuitive browser-based interface
  • Full text-searching and hyperlinking
  • An electronic version of the corresponding How to Program textbook
  • Executable programs so you can see how each example works
  • Hours of detailed, expert audio descriptions of thousands of lines of code
  • Hundreds of programming exercises drawn from the text, approximately half with answers. (The main text does not contain answers to these exercises.) [NOTE: These are the same solutions that are available in the C++ and Java Student Solutions Manuals.]

New Products Now Available!

The Complete C++ Training Course, Fourth Edition

ISBN: 013100252X

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The Complete Java 2 Training Course, Fifth Edition

ISBN: 0131017667

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the book online from .
 

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Also Available! We currently have 8 additional Complete Training Course products, including:

  • The Complete C# Training Course (ISBN: 0130645869)
  • The Complete Visual Basic .NET Training Course, 2/E (ISBN: 0130425419)
  • The Compete Visual Basic 6 Training Course (ISBN: 0130829285)
  • The Complete Perl Training Course (ISBN: 0130895547)
  • The Complete Python Training Course (ISBN: 0130673765)
  • The Complete Wireless Internet & Mobile Business Training Course (ISBN: 0130623369)
  • The Complete e-Business & e-Commerce Training Course (ISBN: 0130895512)
  • The Complete XML Training Course (ISBN: 0130895563)

Note: If you already own the How to Program book, you can purchase the individual multimedia Cyber Classrooms CDs to accompany the textbook at www.informIT.com/deitel.

Contact us for additional information on Complete Training Courses or Cyber Classroom products.

Student Solutions Manuals

Student Solutions Manuals are valuable supplements designed to accompany the textbooks, C How to Program, 4/E, C++ How to Program, 4/e and Java How to Program, 5/e, respectively. Each  manual provides solutions to approximately half of the exercises in the text [Note: these are the same solutions that are available on the C++ Multimedia Cyber Classroom, 4/e and the Java Multimedia Cyber Classroom, 5/E].

The Student Solutions Manuals act as study guides providing a large number of solved exercises that students can use for additional practice. Many of the solved exercises are similar to the unsolved exercises in the texts, which will help students when completing homework assignments.

Student Solutions Manuals Available Now!

Java Student Solutions Manual to Accompany Java How to Program, 5/E

ISBN: 013142579X
© 2004
Pages: 345

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the book online from .

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C Student Solutions Manual to Accompany C How to Program, 4/E

ISBN: 0131452452
© 2004
Pages: 345

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the book online from .

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C++ Student Solutions Manual to Accompany C++ How to Program, 4/E

ISBN: 0131425781
© 2004
Pages: 340

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Dive Into™ Series Publications

Our Dive-Into™ Series of tutorials to help our readers get started with many popular program-development environments. These are available free for download at:

      www.deitel.com/books/downloads.html

 

Dive-Into™ Series Tutorials for Popular C and C++ Environments:

  • Dive-Into Microsoft® Visual C++® 6

  • Dive-Into Microsoft® Visual C++® .NET

  • Dive-Into Borland™ C++Builder™ Compiler (command-line version)

  • Dive-Into Borland™ C++Builder™ Personal (IDE version)

  • Dive-Into GNU C++ on Linux

  • Dive-Into GNU C++ via Cygwin on Windows (Cygwin is a UNIX emulator for Windows that includes the GNU C++ compiler.)

Dive-Into™ Series Tutorials for Popular Java Environments:

  • Dive-Into Forte for Java Community Edition 3.0

  • Dive-Into SunOne Studio Community Edition 4.0

Deitel® On-Site Corporate Training Back to Top 

Featured Courses: Java and C++

 
C/C++ Programming

 


Interested in learning C/C++ programming? We offer four courses in C/C++ Programming for programmers of all levels, including:

Introduction to C and C++ Programming Part 1 (for non-programmers)

Introduction to C and C++ Programming Part 2 (for non-programmers)

C++ and Object-Oriented Programming

Advanced C++ Programming
 

Java Programming

Interested in learning Java? We offer five courses in Java Programming for programmers of all levels, including:

Java for Non-Programmers

Java for Visual Basic, Pascal and COBOL programmers

Java for C/C++ Programmers

Advanced Java Programming

Java Web Services

 

Course Facts: 5-day, Lecture and Lab format. See course descriptions for prerequisites.
 

Cost Per Course: Introductory- and intermediate-level courses are $12,995 lecture fee + materials and instructor travel reimbursement. Advanced courses are $13,995 lecture fee + materials and instructor travel reimbursement.

 

[Note: Our introductory and intermediate Java courses are taught from Java How to Program, 5/E . Our introductory and intermediate C++ courses are taught from C++ How to Program, 4/E.]

 

To view the complete course outlines, click on the individual links or visit

www.deitel.com/training/offerings.html.

 

Additional Corporate Training Course Topics

We are happy to customize any of our courses free of charge to best fit your training needs.

For pricing and course outlines, visit our Deitel corporate training Web site, e-mail us or call Christi Kelsey—our Director of Corporate Training Programs—at (978) 823-0130.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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