Explanation to improve readability of program
/* ... */ comments multiple
Comments that in form of /** …*/ are used by the javadoc program to
produce HTML documentation for the program
This is an example of special java doc comments used for \n
generating an html documentation. It uses tags like:
@author Florence Balagtas
Java is the preeminent language of the Internet. Moreover, it is the universal language of
Web programmers around the world. To be a professional Web developer today implies
proficiency in Java. Therefore, if Internet-based programming is in your future, you have
chosen the right language to learn—and, this book will help you learn it.
The purpose of this book is to teach you the fundamentals of Java programming. It uses a
step-by-step approach complete with numerous examples, self-tests, and projects. It assumes
no previous programming experience.
When you finish this chapter, you should: Encapsulation and data hiding, the notions of data abstraction and abstract data types (ADTs), to use keyword this, to use static variables and methods, to import static members of a class, to use the enum type to create sets of constants with unique identifiers, how to declare enum constants with parameters.
After completing this unit, you should be able to: How inheritance promotes software reusability, the notions of superclasses and subclasses, to use keyword extends to create a class that inherits attributes and behaviors from another class, to use access modifier protected to give subclass methods access to superclass members, to access superclass members with super,...
Object Oriented Programming - Lesson 2.1: Java syntax basics Understand the Java syntax basics and their semantics for writing a program. It includes Structure of a Java program, White space, Separators, Comments, Identifiers and keywords, Data types and literals, Comment line arguments.
Introduction to java programming: Chapter 9 - Inheritance and Polymorphism's Objectives is to develop a subclass from a superclass through inheritance; invoke the superclass’s constructors and methods using the super keyword; override methods in the subclass; distinguish differences between overriding and overloading.
LESSON 1 program development styles and basics of c
Program Development Methodologies - Programming Style - Stepwise Refinement and Modularity - Problem Solving Techniques - Algorithm – Flowcharts – Pseudocode – Sequence and Selection - Recursion vs. Iteration - Overview of Compilers and Interpreters - Structure of a C Program - Programming Rules - Executing the Program. 1
LESSON 2 CONSTANTS & VARIABLES
Introduction - Character set - C Tokens - Keywords and Identifiers – Constants – Variables.
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.
Inheritance is a mechanism in which one object acquires all the properties and behaviour of parent object. In this chapter introduce the inheritance with the following content: Method overriding, super keyword, runtime polymorphism, aggregation (Has a).
Every programming language has a built-in vocabulary of
keywords that cannot be used for the names of variables
names assigned to functions or objects. Netscape’s list of
reserved words closely mirrors that of the Java language,
thus many of the keywords in the list do not—at least yet—
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.