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Table Of Contents

1 Sun Certified Java Programmer
2 Exam Specifics
2.1 Exam Prerequisites
2.2 Exam Hints
3 Introduction to Java Programming
4 Fundamentals of the Java Language
4.1 Source Files
4.1.1 Compilation Units
4.1.2 Package Declaration
4.1.3 Import Statements
4.2 Keywords and Identifiers
4.3 Primitive Data Types
4.4 Literals
4.4.1 Boolean
4.4.2 Character (char)
4.4.3 Integral (int)
4.4.4 Floating-Point Types
4.4.5 String Literals
4.5 Arrays
4.5.1 Declaration
4.5.2 Construction
4.5.3 Initialization
4.5.4 Multi-dimension Arrays
4.6 Importing
4.6.1 Static Importing
4.7 Class Fundamentals
4.7.1 Class Paths
4.7.2 The main () Method
4.7.3 Variables and Initialization
4.8 Argument Passing
4.8.1 Object Reference
4.9 Garbage Collection
5 Java Operators
5.1 Evaluation Order
5.2 Unary Operators
5.2.1 Increment and Decrement Operators
5.2.2 Unary Plus and Minus Operators
5.2.3 Bitwise Inversion Operators
5.2.4 Boolean Complement Operator
5.2.5 Cast Operators
5.3 Arithmetic Operators
5.3.1 Multiplication and Division
5.3.2 Modulo Operator
5.3.3 Addition and Subtraction
5.3.4 Arithmetic Error Conditions
5.3.5 Arithmetic Promotion of Operands
5.4 Comparison Operators
5.4.1 Ordinal Comparison
5.4.2 Object-type Comparison
5.4.3 Equality Comparison
5.5 Bitwise Operators
5.5.1 Boolean Operations
5.6 Short-Circuit Logical Operators
5.7 Conditional Operators
5.8 Assignment Operators
6 Modifiers
6.1 Access Modifiers
6.1.1 Public
6.1.2 Private
6.1.3 Default
6.1.4 Protected
6.1.5 Subclass and Method Privacy
6.2 Other Modifiers
6.2.1 Final
6.2.2 Abstract
6.2.3 Static
6.2.4 Native
6.2.5 Transient
6.2.6 Volatile
6.2.7 Synchronized
7 Converting and Casting
7.1 Explicit and Implicit Type Changes
7.2 Primitives and Conversions
7.2.1 Assignment
7.2.2 Method Call
7.2.3 Arithmetic Promotion
7.3 Primitives and Casting
7.4 Object Reference Conversion
7.4.1 Object Reference Assignment Conversions
7.4.2 Object Method-Call Conversion
7.5 Object Reference Casting
8 Controlling Flow
8.1 Loop Constructs
8.1.1 while() Loop
8.1.2 do Loop
8.1.3 for() loop
8.1.4 Enhanced for Loops
8.1.5 Controlling Loops
8.2 Selection Statement
8.2.1 if()/else Constructs
8.2.2 switch() Constructs
8.3 Exceptions
8.3.1 Catching Exceptions
8.3.2 Declaring Exceptions
8.3.3 Managing Exceptions
8.3.4 Throwing Exceptions
8.3.5 Creating Exceptions
8.3.6 Overriding
8.4 Assertions
8.4.1 Compiling Assertions
8.4.2 Enabling Assertions
8.4.3 Using Assertions
9 Objects and Classes
9.1 Benefits of Object-Oriented Implementation
9.1.1 Encapsulation
9.1.2 Code Re-use
9.2 Coupling and Cohesion
9.3 Object-Oriented Relationships
9.4 Methods, Overloading and Overriding
9.4.1 Method Overloading
9.4.2 Method Overriding
9.5 Constructors
9.6 Inner Classes
9.6.1 Construction of Inner Classes
9.6.2 Member Classes
9.6.3 Classes Defined In Methods
9.7 Contracts and Conventions
9.7.1 Enums
10 Threads
10.1 Fundamentals
10.1.1 Thread States
10.1.2 Priorities
10.1.3 Daemon Threads
10.2 Controlling Threads
10.2.1 Yielding
10.2.2 Suspending
10.2.3 Sleeping
10.2.4 Blocking, Waiting, and other Monitor States
11 java.lang and java.util
11.1 Object Class
11.2 Math Class
11.3 Strings
11.3.1 String Class
11.3.2 Important and Useful String Methods
11.3.3 StringBuffer and StringBuilder Classes
11.3.4 String Concatenation
11.4 Wrapper Classes
11.5 Collections Framework
11.5.1 Commonly Used Methods of java.util.Collection
11.5.2 Lists
11.5.3 Sets
11.6 Maps
11.6.1 Support Classes
11.6.2 Collection and Code Maintenance
11.7 Generic Collections
11.7.1 Enhanced For Loops
11.8 Scanning and Formatting Text
11.8.1 Formatting Text
11.8.2 Inputs, Outputs and Streams
11.9 Text, UTF, and Unicode
11.10 File Input and Output
11.10.1 File Class
11.10.2 RandomAccessFile Class
11.11 Streams, Readers, and Writers
11.11.1 Low-Level Streams
11.11.2 High Level Streams
11.11.3 Readers and Writers
11.11.4 Encoding
11.12 Object Streams and Serialization
12 Practice Exam
12.1 Refresher “Warm up Questions”
13 Answer Guide
13.1 Answers to Questions
14 References
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SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Exam 310-065 Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Exam 310-065 Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Exam 310-065 Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Exam 310-065 Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

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