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|Errata: Java How to Program, 3/e|
We wish to thank our many readers who took the time to email us with errata. If you find errata not listed on this page, please email us at email@example.com. Remember to include the book title and edition.
- p.38, Software Engineering Observation 2.1, last line: "indentifier" should be "identifier"
- p. 128, last paragraph: "which when divided by 6 should yield 79.4" should be changed to "which when divided by 10 should yield 79.4"
- p. 227 to 228: The last sentence on the page (which continues on p. 228) reads, "We have used JTextFields and JButtons in prior examples." This is an incorrect statement. This is the first example that introduces these concepts.
- p. 274, 3rd paragraph, 1st line: Array s should be array n.
- p. 330, fifth paragraph: In the sentence "An important difference between constructors and other methods is that constructors are not allowed to specify a return data type (not event void)" the word "event" in the parentheses should be "even."
- p. 355, first paragraph below Fig. 8.6: increment should be INCREMENT.
- p. 374, 7th bullet in Summary: The last "the" should be deleted.
- p. 379, Self-Review Exercise 8.1: The sub-lettering should start at a not d.
- P. 392, Fig. 9.4, Line 75: File name should be InheritanceTest.java.
- P. 394, 4th paragraph: Where it says "... super( a, b )... explicitly invokes the Point constructor (defined at line 11) ..." Line 11 should be line 15.
- P.596, after the first code snippet, 4th line. "that in all methods an interface must be implemented" should be "that all methods in an interface must be implemented"
- P.666, add a new statement between lines 37 and 38
In Java 2, version 1.3, the internal frame will not display without this line. It did work as shown in the book in version 1.2.
- P.762, Line 110: replace notify() with notifyAll(). Otherwise, suspended threads will not necessarily resume correctly.
- Figure 17.14 has a number of problems (some our fault and some as a result of bug fixes in the Java API that, in turn, broke parts of this program). First, between line 105 and 106, add
mainDialog.setVisible( true );
to cause the dialog to display.
Second, between lines 321 and 322, add
record.setAccount( accountNumber );
record.setFirstName(values[ BankUI.FIRST ] );
record.setLastName(values[ BankUI.LAST ] );
record.setBalance(Double.parseDouble( values[ BankUI.BALANCE ] ) );
Without the preceding lines, the update functionality does not update the record.
Finally, the program assumes that the user opens a file when they first click the New/Open File option. When returning from this dialog, the buttons for update record, delete record and new record are enabled even if the user does not open a file. If you attempt to use these capabilities, they will fail because there is no file open to manipulate. To fix this, we will need to change the method openFile to return a boolean indicating if the file was opened or not. Then, lines 72 through 91 must be adjusted to disable the Open button and enable the other buttons only if a file is opened. If a file is not opened, all the buttons should be left in their original states.
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|Update :: November 14, 2018