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1.3 Versions of Java
1.4 Code Compatibility
1.5 Java 5.0 Improvements
1.6 Features of Java
1.7 Java Applets and Applications
1.8 Why Java is important to Internet?
1.9 The Java Platform
1.10 What Can Java Technology Do?
1.11 Writing a Program
1.12 Compiling the Program
1.13 Interpreting and Running the Program
1.14 Comments in Java
1.15 Application Structure and Elements
Summary
Chapter 2 : Data types, variables and Arrays
2.1 Data Types
2.2 Literals
2.3 Java Character Encoding: UTF and Unicode
2.4 EscapeSequences
2.5 Rules for naming an identifier
2.6 Java Language Keywords
2.7 Variables
2.8 Declaring constants – Final variables
2.9 Arrays
2.10 Multidimensional Arrays
2.11 Copying Arrays
Questions
Chapter 3 : Operators
3.1 Operands
3.2 Operator
3.2.1 Arithmetic Operators
3.2.2 Increment and Decrement Operators
3.2.3 Relational Operators
3.2.4 Bitwise Operators
3.2.5 Logical Operators
3.2.6 Assignment Operators
3.2.7 Ternary or Conditional operator
3.2.8 The [ ] Operator
3.2.9 The . Operator
3.2.10 The () Operator
3.2.11 The (type) Operator
3.2.12 The new Operator
3.2.13 The instanceof Operator
3.3 Expressions
3.4 Statements
3.5 Operator Precedence
3.6 Type Conversion and Casting
3.7 Automatic Type Promotions
Chapter 4 : Control flow statements
4.1 The while and do-while Statements
4.2 The for Statement
4.3 The if/else Statements
4.4 The switch Statement
4.6 Exception Handling Statements
Chapter 5 : Class Fundamentals and OOP
5.1 What Is an Object?
5.2 What Is a Class?
5.3 What Is a Message?
5.4 Features of Object Oriented Programming
5.4.1 Encapsulation
5.4.2 Inheritance
5.4.3 Polymorphism
5.4.4 Abstraction
5.5 Defining Classes
5.6 Creating Objects
5.7 Defining Methods in a class
5.9 Instance and Class Members
5.10 Static Initializer
5.11 Variable Shadowing
5.12 Pass by value and Pass by reference
5.13 Access Control
5.14 Constructors
5.15 The this keyword
5.16 Overloading
5.17 Recursion
5.18 Native Methods
5.19 Arrays of Objects
5.20 Nested and Inner Classes
5.21 Command-Line Arguments
5.22 Enumerated types
5.23 Garbage Collection
Chapter 6 : Inheritance
6.1 Inheritance Basics
6.2 Understanding how Constructors are called
6.3 Overriding Methods
6.4 Dynamic Method Dispatch
6.5 Annotations
6.6 Hiding Member Variables
6.7 Abstract Classes
6.8 Abstract Methods
6.9 Final Classes
6.10 Final Methods
6.11 Access control and Inheritance
6.12 Anonymous Inner Class
6.13 The Object class
Chapter 7 : Packages and Interfaces
7.1 Packages
7.2 Using package members
7.3 Interfaces
7.4 Static Import
7.5 strictfp
Chapter 8 : Assertions and Exception handling
8.1 What is an Exception?
8.2 Types of Exceptions
8.3 Catching and Handling Exceptions
8.4 The throw Statement
8.5 The throws Clause
8.6 Overriding methods that throw exceptions
8.7 Java’s built in exceptions
8.8 Chained Exceptions
8.9 Creating Your Own Exception Classes
8.10 Assertions
Chapter 9 : Multithreaded programming
9.1 Multitasking
9.2 What Is a Thread?
9.3 The Thread class
9.4 Using the main thread
9.5 Creating a thread
9.6 The Java Thread Model
9.7 Thread priority
9.8 Using the Thread yield method
9.9 Stopping a Thread
9.10 Determining When a Thread Has Finished
9.11 Thread Scheduling
9.12 Thread Synchronization
9.13 Interthread Communication
9.14 Starvation and Deadlock
9.15 Suspending, Resuming & Stopping Threads
9.16 ThreadGroup
Chapter 10 : String Handling
10.1 The String class
10.2 The StringBuffer Class
10.3 The StringBuilder class
Chapter 11 : I/O
11.1 I/O Streams
11.2 Reading console input
11.3 Writing console output
11.4 System.out.printf()
11.5 File class
11.7 Scanning text with java.util.Scanner
11.8 Redirecting Standard I/O
11.9 Working with Random Access Files
11.10 Filter Streams
11.11 Object Serialization
12.2 Autoboxing/Unboxing of Wrappers
12.3 Math class
12.4 System class
12.5 Runtime class
12.6 Class class
Chapter 13 : Utility & Legacy classes
13.1 Enumeration interface
13.2 Vector class
13.3 Stack class
13.4 Dictionary class
13.5 Hashtable class
13.6 Properties class
13.7 Formatter class
13.8 Date class
13.9 Calendar class
13.10 GregorianCalendar class
13.11 TimeZone and SimpleTimeZone classes
13.12 Locale class
13.13 StringTokenizer class
13.14 StreamTokenizer class
13.15 Random class
13.16 BitSet class
13.17 Timer and TimerTask classes
13.18 Observable class
13.19 Currency class
Chapter 14 : Regular Expression Processing
14.1 What is a Regular Expression?
14.2 Pattern class
14.3 Matcher class
14.4 String Class RegEx Methods
Chapter 15 : API classes in java.text
15.1 DateFormat class
15.2 SimpleDateFormat class
15.3 DateFormatSymbols class
15.4 NumberFormat class
15.5 DecimalFormat class
15.6 Format class
Chapter 16 : Collections Framework and Generics
16.1 What is a Collection?
16.2 Generics
16.3 What Is a Collections Framework?
16.4 Collection Interfaces
16.5 The Collection Interface
16.6 The Set Interface
16.7 The List Interface
16.8 The Queue Interface
16.9 The Map Interface
16.10 Object Ordering
16.11 The SortedSet Interface
16.12 The SortedMap Interface
16.13 Relationships Among Generics
16.14 Wildcard Types
16.15 Defining and Using Generic Methods
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