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Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1: Lecture 7 introduce the strings. This chapter presents the following content: Immutable string, immutable string string comparison, string concatenation, substring, commonly used methods of string class, stringbuffer classs, commonly used methods of stringbuffer class, stringbuilder classs, commonly used methods of stringbuilder class, tostring().
Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1: Lecture 14 (cont) introduce inner class. In this chapter students will be able to understand: What is inner class? What is static inner class? And anonymous inner class. Inviting you refer.
Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1 provides students: Implement small programs to solve simple problems, developing programming skills based on these material and complete the second Fundamentals of Computing 2, internalize basic computer vocabulary, concepts, and skills as required to become an effective computer science student.
Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1: Lecture 1 introduction to Java programming: Introduction to Eclipse, basic Java programs with println statements, Java building blocks, static methods. Inviting you refer.
Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1: Lecture 2 introduce data type, variables, expressions, operators. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Data types, expressions, operators, variables, constants. Inviting you refer for more infomation.
Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1: Lecture 6 introduce the arrays. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: Arrays, arrays as parameter, reference semantics, arrays for tallying. Inviting you refer.
Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1: Lecture 7 introduce the objects and classes. This chapter presents the following content: Java OOPs concepts, Objects and classes, method overloading, constructor, this keyword. Inviting you refer.
Abstract class is a class that is not completely implemented. Abstract specify patterns for methods that it subclasses in the hierarchy must implement and abstract does not implement these methods. We do not intend to initiate object of that abstract method. For more information, inviting you refer lecture 10 of lecture Fundamentals of computing 1.
Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1 - Lecture 11 introduce the Encapsulation. So What is Encapsulation? Encapsulation is a technique to hide the attribute (or some method) and provide access to the those attribute via public method. For more information, inviting you refer lecture 11 of lecture Fundamentals of computing 1.
Lecture Fundamentals of computing 1: Lecture 13 introduce file processing. This chapter presents the following content: Class file concept, some methods of class file, reading files with scanner, file paths, compiler error w/ files,...and another contents. Inviting you refer.
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