Java has rapidly become the language of choice for platform independent implementations. This course provides a general introduction to programming, data structures and object-oriented programming. The syntax and semantics of the Java™ language are addressed, as well as related topics which include object-oriented programming concepts, terminology, and notation. This class requires the Java 2 Platform Development Kit, Standard Edition.
Use the input/output stream class to create, read, write, and update files.
Implement searching and sorting capabilities into a Java application.
Determine how Java programming is used in web-based applications.
Files and Streams
Use Graphics2D class methods to produce and manipulate basic shapes and lines.
Use the file access and file processing methods to manage data.
Implement a GUI using Swing components to allow user interaction with a Java application.
Discuss the use of GUIs.
Demonstrate how to declare, create, initialize, and manipulate arrays.
Develop superclasses and subclasses that implement polymorphism.
Summarize the relationship between superclasses and subclasses.
Arrays and Exception Handling
Create a GUI-based application.
Discuss the concept and use of arrays.
Methods, Classes, Objects
Employ a constructor to initialize an object.
Use Math class and common Java API packages.
Explain the use of methods that have more than one parameter.
Apply commands to detect, indicate, and handle exceptions.
Implement the various types of operators in Java.
Formulate algorithms using the process of top down, stepwise refinement.
Execute control statements found in Java.
Demonstrate how to create and use classes, methods, instance variables, and objects.
Explain the benefit of having basic programming knowledge.
Define the feature of inheritance.
Create, compile, and execute a basic Java program.
Explain a typical Java development environment.
Recognize basic object technology concepts.
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