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Java Programming

Java Programming



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D17249GC11Edition 1.1August 2004
: Java Programming
Guide -Volume 1
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Objectives I-2Course Overview I-3
1Introducin the Java and Oracle Platforms
Objectives 1-2What Is Java? 1-3Key Benefits of Java 1-4An Object-Oriented Approach 1-6Platform Independence 1-7Using Java with Enterprise Internet Computing 1-8- How Does JVM Work? 1-12Benefits of Just-In-Time (JIT) Compilers 1-14Implementing Security in the Java Environment 1-16Deployment of Java Applications 1-18Using Java with Oracle 10
1-19Java Software Development Kit 1-20sng e pproprae eveopmen -Integrated Development Environment 1-22Exploring the JDeveloper Environment 1-23Oracle10
Products 1-24Summary 1-25
2Defining Object-Oriented Principles
- What Is Modeling? 2-4What Are Classes and Objects? 2-5An Object’s Attributes Maintain Its State 2-6Objects Have Behavior 2-8Objects Are Modeled as Abstractions 2-9Defining Object Composition 2-11-Guided Practice: Spot the Operations and Attributes 2-14Collaborating Objects 2-15Objects Interact Through Messages 2-16What Is a Class? 2-17How Do You Identify a Class? 2-18Comparing Classes and Objects 2-19at s ncapsuaton -What Is Inheritance? 2-22

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