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Java Introduction (module J601) The fundamental elements of Java. Source Code. Class files. The Java Runtime Environment. The Java World. Java development environments and tools. Java Runtime Environments. Java distributions. Java standard packages. Java versions.
Learning to Progam (module Q100) What is programing? Why are there so many langauges? Which language for what purpose? How to plan your progamming project. Making best use of existing resources.
Hello Java World (module J702) A first program explained. Methods and classes. Blocks and statement structure. Declaring classes and methods. Within a statement. Reserved words. Commenting your source. The code in operation. A further program.
Programming Principles (module Q101) Stored programs - running from file. Sequential operation. Very fast, but an IQ of zero. Variable and variable types. Conditions and conditional code. Loops and named blocks of code. Collections. Libraries. Pointers and references. Compilers and Interpretters. Program and system design.
Variables (module J703) First use of variables in Java. Variable names. Declaring and initialising variables. Primitive types. Type casting and conversion. Reading input from the user.
Loops and Conditional Statements (module J704) Booleans. "if" statement. "while" loop. "for" loop. Labels and breaks.
Arrays (module J705) Definition and declaration. Use. Array manipulation and replacement. Multidimensional arrays. Arrays of Objects.
Object Orientation: Individual Objects (module Q906) A History. Unstructured Code. Subroutines, functions, procedures. Structured Programming. Object Oriented Programming. A note on political, or religious issues. Introduction to OO Programming. Classes. Methods. Static and Nonstatic. Instances. Constructors. Destructors. Overloading. Accessing members of a class. Loading. Use. Direct access to variables. Testing. Encouraging class use.
Objects and Classes (module J706) Using an instance of a class. Some detail of using an object. Writing your own class. Enhancements to the basic class structure. Class or static methods. Direct variable access. this. Overloading. An example. Naming conventions.
Strings (module J707) Character variables. String constants. Creating String objects. Operations on strings. Comparing strings. Accessing characters within strings. Character arrays v String objects. String buffers.
Packages (module J708) Overview. Package directory structure. Importing classes from a package. Introduction to standard packages.
Class Access (module J709) Private, public, protected. Inner classes. "finalize" method.
Object Orientation: Composite Objects (module Q909) Revision. Inheritance. Base classes and subclasses. What's inherited?. Overriding. Abstract classes. Polymorphism. Inheritance structure. Multiple Inheritance. Class structure. Hierarchy. Visibility. Designing Objects.
Extending Classes and More (module J710) Extended classes. Encapsulation. Abstract Classes. Getting your design right. The universal superclass. Interfaces. The final modifier.
Object Orientation: Design Techniques (module Q907) OO Design - some basics. Start with a good understanding of OO. And also a good understanding of the buzz words and design cycle.. Informal Techniques. Micro or Macro?. Specifying classes and methods. Specifying extended classes. Clusters of classes. Generalise it out. Programming and method standards. Formal Methods. Unified Modelling Language (UML). Views. Diagrams. Model Elements. UML Summary. Tools. Project management and design issues.
Object Orientation: Design Patterns (module Q908) What are design patterns? Attributes, properties and accessors. Factory methods, Comparators, etc. Operator Overloading. Printing and serialising. Utility classes.
Exceptions (module J712) "trying" and "catching". "throwing". "finally". Defining your own exceptions.
More Input and Output (module J713) Overview. The Wellreader class. Input/output from basics. Streams. Writing to a file. Formatted output. Reading from a file.
Fundamental classes (module J714) The fundamental packages. java.lang. java.util. Other fundamental packages. Data wrappers. Why use data wrappers?. Other methods on Float objects. Other methods on other data wrapper objects. java.lang.Math. External low-level calls. The System class - miscellaneous features. The System class - garbage collection. The Runtime and Process classes. A word of caution on system classes. Utility objects to hold multiple simple objects. Vectors. Stacks. Hashes. Enumerations. The StringTokenizer. Collections. ArrayLists. HashSets. Iterators and general Collection interfaces. HashMaps. Sorting. Basic sorting in Java. Comparator classes. The Comparable interface.
Java Roadmap - Beyond the Fundamentals (module J606) Java releases. Java Runtime Environments. "Stand Alone" Java programs. Java Applets. Java servlets. Java Server Pages. Other JREs. Application Programmer Interfaces (APIs). Useful "basic" classes. The Java foundation classes. The Threads API. JDBC. RMI. Java Beans. Enterprise Beans. JNDI. and also .... Synchronized. Serializable and transient. jars. Summary.

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