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About JAVA
OOP – Object Oriented Programming
Part 1 - Getting Started
The Java Development Kit – JDK
My first Java program
Using an IDE
Variables and Data Types
Test your skills – Example3
Mathematical Operators
Logical Operators
Character Escape Codes
Test your skills – Example7
Introducing Control Statements
Blocks of Code
Test your skills – Example14
The Math Class
Scope and Lifetime of Variables
Type Casting and Conversions
Using the Keyboard Class
Using the Scanner Class
Using Swing Components
Part 2 - Advanced Java Programming
Control Statements - The if Statement
Guessing Game (Guess.java)
Nested if
Guessing Game v.3
if-else-if Ladder
Ternary (?) Operator
switch Statement (case of)
Nested switch
Mini-Project – Java Help System (Help.java)
The for Loop
Multiple Loop Control Variable
Terminating a loop via user intervention
Interesting For Loop Variations
Infinite Loops
No ‘Body’ Loops
Declaring variables inside the loop
Enhanced For loop
The While Loop
The do-while Loop
Mini-Project 2– Java Help System (Help2.java)
Complete listing
Using Break to Terminate a Loop
Terminating a loop with break and use labels to carry on execution
Use of Continue (complement of Break)
Continue + Label
Mini-Project 3– Java Help System (Help3.java)
Complete Listing
Nested Loops
Class Fundamentals
The Vehicle Class
Using the Vehicle class
Creating more than one instance
Creating Objects
Reference Variables and Assignment
Returning from a Method
Returning a Value
Methods which accept Parameters:
Project: Creating a Help class from the Help3.java
Method helpon( )
Method showmenu( )
Method isvalid( )
Class Help
Constructor having parameters
Overloading Methods and Constructors
Method Overloading
Automatic Type Conversion for Parameters of overloaded Methods
Overloading Constructors
Access Specifiers: public and private
Arrays and Strings
One-dimensional Arrays
Sorting an Array – The Bubble Sort
Two-Dimensional Arrays:
Different syntax used to declare arrays:
Array References:
The Length Variable:
Using Arrays to create a Queue data structure **
The Enhanced ‘for’ Loop:
Using String Methods
String Arrays
Vector and ArrayList
File Operations in Java
Template to read data from disk
Template to write (save) data to disk
Introduction to GUI using AWT/Swing
Using Swing to create a small Window
Inserting Text inside Window
Creating a simple application implementing JButton, JTextfield and JLabel
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