Java module J608
Naming Conventions and Code Management
Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module J608. This topic is presented on public course Java Programming for the Web
One of the most important aspects of coding is that your code should be easy for others to read and maintain later. This module examines "best practice" coding conventions ranging from variable and method naming through commenting standards to code structure issues.
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Topics covered in this module
Within a class - variable naming.
Further coding standards.
The specification of the interface to a class.
Interface and class names.
Beanable and other standards.
Designing for the future.
Grouping classes into packages.
Naming conventions for packages.
Private, package, protected, public.
Deploying multiple classes.
Directories and files, jars.
Accessing shared classes
CLASSPATH (and CLASSDIR).
In other virtual machines.
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