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Acknowledgments

Writing a tutorial is always a monumental effort, and rewriting doesn't seem to be much easier, especially with continuous change in Java technology. Making a tutorial a reality takes many dedicated people, and it is my great pleasure to acknowledge the contributions of the entire Core Java team. A large number of individuals at Prentice-Hall PTR, Oracle Press, and Navta Inc. provided valuable assistance, but they managed to stay behind the scenes. I'd like them all to know how much I appreciate their efforts. As always, my warm thanks go to my editor, Greg Doench of Prentice-Hall PTR, for steering the tutorial through the writing and production process, and for allowing me to be blissfully unaware of the existence of all those folks behind the scenes. My thanks also to my co-author of earlier versions, Gary Cornell, who has since moved on to other ventures. Thanks to the many readers of earlier versions who reported embarrassing errors and made lots of thoughtful suggestions for improvement. I am particularly grateful to the excellent reviewing team that went over the manuscript with an amazing eye for detail and saved me from many more embarrassing errors. Reviewers this and earlier versions include Chuck Allison (Contributing Editor, C/C++ Users Journal), Alec Beaton (PointBase, Inc.), Joshua Bloch (Oracle), David Brown, Dr. Nicholas J. De Lillo (Manhattan College), Rakesh Dhoopar (Oracle), David Geary, Angela Gordon (Oracle), Dan Gordon (Oracle), Rob Gordon, Cameron Gregory (olabs.com), Marty Hall (The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab), Vincent Hardy (Oracle), Vladimir Ivanovic (PointBase, Inc.), Jerry Jackson (ChannelPoint Software), Tim Kimmet (Preview Systems), Chris Laffra, Charlie Lai (Oracle), Doug Langston, Doug Lea (SUNY Oswego), Gregory Longshore, Bob Lynch, Mark Morrissey (The Oregon Graduate Institute), Mahesh Neelakanta (Florida Atlantic University), Paul Philion, Blake Ragsdell, Stuart Reges (University of Arizona), Peter Sander (ESSI University, Nice, France), Paul Sevinc (Teamup AG), Devang Shah (Oracle), Bradley A. Smith, Christopher Taylor, Luke Taylor (Valtech), George Thiruvathukal, Kim Topley, Janet Traub, Peter van der Linden (Oracle), and Burt Walsh. Cay Horstmann

San Francisco, 2002


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