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Introduction to Java Programming 4E Call:9738001024

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2 Introduction  Course Objectives  Organization of the Book Visit: www.infocampus.com

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3 Course Objectives  Upon completing the course you will understand – Create compile and run Java programs – Primitive data types – Java control flow – Methods – Arrays for teaching Java in two semesters this could be the end – Object-oriented programming – Core Java classes Swing exception internationalization multithreading multimedia I/O networking Java Collections Framework

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4 Course Objectives cont.  You will be able to – Develop programs using Forte – Write simple programs using primitive data types control statements methods and arrays. – Create and use methods – Develop a GUI interface and Java applets – Write interesting projects – Establish a firm foundation on Java concepts

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5 Book Chapters  Part I: Fundamentals of Programming – Chapter 1 Introduction to Java – Chapter 2 Primitive Data Types and Operations – Chapter 3 Control Statements – Chapter 4 Methods – Chapter 5 Arrays

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6 Book Chapters cont.  Part II: Object-Oriented Programming – Chapter 6 Objects and Classes – Chapter 7 Strings – Chapter 8 Class Inheritance and Interfaces – Chapter 9 Object-Oriented Software Development

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7 Book Chapters cont.  Part III: GUI Programming – Chapter 10 Getting Started with GUI Programming – Chapter 11 Creating User Interfaces – Chapter 12 Applets and Advanced GUI

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8 Book Chapters cont.  Part IV: Developing Comprehensive Projects – Chapter 13 Exception Handling – Chapter 14 Internationalization – Chapter 15 Multithreading – Chapter 16 Multimedia – Chapter 17 Input and Output – Chapter 18 Networking – Chapter 19 Java Data Structures

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9 Chapter 1 Introduction to Java and Forte  What Is Java  Getting Started With Java Programming – Create Compile and Running a Java Application

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10 What Is Java  History  Characteristics of Java

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11 History  James Gosling and Sun Microsystems  Oak  Java May 20 1995 Sun World  HotJava – The first Java-enabled Web browser  JDK Evolutions  J2SE J2ME and J2EE not mentioned in the book but could discuss here optionally

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12 Characteristics of Java  Java is simple  Java is object-oriented  Java is distributed  Java is interpreted  Java is robust  Java is secure  Java is architecture-neutral  Java is portable  Java’s performance  Java is multithreaded  Java is dynamic

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13 JDK Versions  JDK 1.02 1995  JDK 1.1 1996  Java 2 SDK v 1.2 a.k.a JDK 1.2 1998  Java 2 SDK v 1.3 a.k.a JDK 1.3 2000  Java 2 SDK v 1.4 a.k.a JDK 1.4 2002

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14 JDK Editions  Java Standard Edition J2SE – J2SE can be used to develop client-side standalone applications or applets.  Java Enterprise Edition J2EE – J2EE can be used to develop server-side applications such as Java servlets and Java ServerPages.  Java Micro Edition J2ME. – J2ME can be used to develop applications for mobile devices such as cell phones. This book uses J2SE to introduce Java programming.

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15 Java IDE Tools  Forte by Sun MicroSystems  Borland JBuilder  Microsoft Visual J++  WebGain Café  IBM Visual Age for Java

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