Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module J801. This topic is presented on public courses Java Extra
, Deploying Java Applications on Linux / Unix
Java is the progamming language that provides the instructional glue that holds may web-based applications together. Even if you're not a programmer yourself, but are just deploying applications written by others, you'll find it useful to have an overview of the component parts of Java and the basic programming structures, which is what we cover in this module.
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|4394||Philosophy behind object design - and how I applied in to a Java example|
* When you're writing all the logic to deal with a particular type of data, it's a good idea to write it into a CLASS
* Where you have similar types of data, it's a good idea to put the shared logic into a BASE CLASS and then write SUBCLASSES which are based on that base class. That way your common ...
|1082||Straight from the .jar|
Disc drives have got much faster since my youth ... and processors at have got much much MUCH faster in the same period. So, 30 years ago, we used to compress files to store them on the disc when we knew we weren't likely to keep needing them, but we didn't compress them as a matter of course as we ...
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Topics covered in this module
Structure of a Java program.
Compiling and virtual machines.
Statement sequencing and comments.
Variable - declaration and use.
Calculating and printing variables.
Booleans, loops and control statements.
Array definition, declaration and use.
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