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CS111, Wellesley College, Fall 1997

E101 Library
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The CS department has purchased a collection of books relevant to CS111 and CS110 that will be kept in the bookshelves near the front door of E101. Copies of the required and optional course texts may also be found here. You are free to borrow these books any time you'd like as long as you adhere to the following rules.

Borrowing Rules

Keeping these books in an openly accessible location is an experiment. We are relying on Wellesley's honor code to keep the books in the library. If books start disappearing from the library, we will have to put them on reserve in the Science Center library instead. This will make them less accessible to students.


CS111 Textbooks:, by Rick Decker and Stuart Hirshfield. Unedited draft manuscript to be published by PWS in fall, 1997.

Computing Concepts with Java Essentials, by Cay S. Horstmann. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1997

Java books:

Core Java, by Gary Cornell and Cay S. Horstmann. SunSoft Press, 1997.

Hooked on Java, by Arthur van Hoff, Sami Shaio, and Orca Starbuck. Addison-Wesley, 1995.

Instant Java (2nd ed.), by John Pew. SunSoft Press, 1997.

Java AWT Reference, by John Zukowski. O'Reilly and Associates, 1997.

Java: How to Program, by H.M. Deitel and P.J.Deitel. Prentice Hall, 1997.

Java in a Nutshell (2nd ed), by David Flanagan. O'Reilly and Associates, Inc., 1997.

Laura Lemay's Java 1.1 Interactive Course. Waite Group Press, 1997.

Not Just Java, by Peter van der Linden. SunSoft Press, 1997.

Just Java (2nd ed.) by Peter van der Linden. SunSoft Press, 1997)

On to Java, by Patrick Henry Winston and Sundar Narasimhan. Addison-Wesley, Februrary, 1997. (3 copies)

Teach Yourself Java For Macintosh in 21 Days, by Laura Lemay and Charles L. Perkins with Timothy Webster. Hayden Books, 1996.

Teach Yourself Java In Cafe' in 21 Days, by Dan Joshi, Laura Lemay, and Charles L. Perkins. Publishing, 1996.

The Java Programming Language, by Ken Arnold and James Gosling. Addison-Wesley, 1996.

Using Java 1.1 (3rd ed.), by Joseph Weber and others. Que Corporation, 1997.