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According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2010 Pune, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of

Core Java

BCA Sem - V (Pune)

Author : Harshita V. Vachhani

Book ID : 1284

Edition: 3 [2012]

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Contents

1. Introduction to Java

1.1 Introduction to Java

1.2 Java Environment and Java Tools

1.2.1 Java Development Kit

1.3 Java Support Systems

1.4 Java Virtual Machine (JVM)

1.5 Advantages of Java

1.6 Installing the Java Software Development Kit

2. Object Oriented Programming Concept

2.1 Overview of Programming

2.2 Object-Oriented Paradigm

2.3 Basic Concepts of Object-Oriented Programming

2.4 Benefits of OOP’s

2.5 Applications of OOP

2.6 Difference between Java and C

2.7 Difference between Java and C++

2.8 Java and Internet

3. Java Programming Fundamental

3.1 Introduction

3.2 The Unicode Character Set

3.3 Structure of Java Program

3.3.1 Implementing Java Program

3.4 Java Virtual Machine

3.5 Simple Java Program

3.5.1 Comments in Java

3.6 Data Types (Primitive Data Types)

3.7 Java Tokens

3.8 Type Casting

3.9 Java Statements

3.10 Solved Programs

4. Classes and Objects

4.1 Creating Classes and Objects

4.2 Constructor

4.3 Garbage Collection

4.4 The Finalize() Method

4.5 Implementation of Inheritance

4.6 Super Keyword

4.7 Subclass Constructor

4.8 this Keyword

4.9 Implementation of Polymorphism

4.10 Nested and Inner Class

5. Arrays, String and Vector

5.1 Arrays

5.2 Types of Arrays

5.3 Strings

5.4 String - Arrays, string Methods, string Buffer

5.5 Vectors

5.6 Wrapper Classes

5.7 Difference between vector and Array

6. Abstract Class, Interface and Packages

6.1 Modifiers and Access Control (Visibility Control)

6.2 Final Variables, Methods and Classes

6.3 Abstract Methods and Classes

6.4 Interfaces

6.5 Packages: Putting Classes together

7. Exception Handling

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Exceptions

7.3 throw, throws and finally

7.4 Using try and Catch

7.5 Nested try Blocks

7.6 Multiple Catch Statements

7.7 Creating User Defined Exceptions

8. File Handling

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Types of streams/Stream Classes

8.3 Byte Stream Classes

8.4 Character Stream Classes

8.5 Pre-Defined Streams

8.6 Difference Between Byte Stream Classes and Character Stream Classes

8.7 File IO Basics

8.8 File Operations

8.9 Random Access File

9. Applet Programming

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Types of Applets

9.3 How Applets Differ from Applications

9.4 Applet Life Cycle

9.5 Creating an Applet

9.6 Parameter Passing to Applets

9.7 Displaying the Numerical Values

9.8 Getting Input from the User

9.9 Important Points to Remember about Applets

9.10 Summary for Writing Applet Programs

9.11 Difference between Java Applets and Java Applications

10. AWT and Event Handling

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Components used in AWT

10.3 AWT Controls and Layout Managers

10.4 Event Handling, listeners and Adapter Classes

11. Introduction to Swings

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Components and Container (MVC Architecture)

11.3 Difference between AWT and Swing

11.4 JApplet

11.5 JFrame

11.6 Jcomponent

11.7 Jlabel

11.8 Jtextfields

11.9 Jcheckbox

11.10 JRadio Buttons

11.11 JTabbed Pane

11.12 JButton

11.13 JScrollPane

11.14 JTree

11.15 JTable

11.16 Menu Handling (JMenu)

 

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