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- Released: June 29, 2015
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Course detailsTaking a college-level programming course? Maximize your learning with these Java tutorials. Peggy Fisher explores command-level programming, basic techniques such as managing loops and creating methods, debugging Java code, working with classes and objects, and storing and sorting arrays. Along the way, she investigates the Java API and Java's capabilities for running simulations and algorithm analysis, and issues challenges to write programs that utilize all of these Java features.
- Hi, I'm Peggy Fisher and welcome to Java Essential Training for Students. During this course, we will take a quick tour of a sample integrated development environment, an IDE, and do a review of important topics that are specific to Java such as: data types, expressions, decisions, loops, reading and writing from the console, and using the IDE debugging feature. At the start of the course, we will also learn how to write and run programs without using an IDE. Next, we will move on to discussing classes, objects, and data structures. Finally, we will work with reading from, and writing to external files using Java including error handling. Along the way, you will be challenged with writing programs that include all of the features we'll be discussing. Now, let's get started with Java Essential Training for Students.
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