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Basic Java

BI 1135

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According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2009 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of Basic Java

MCM Sem-II

Author : Poonam Ponde

Book ID : 1135

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Contents

1. Introduction to Java

1.1 Java's lineage

1.2 The creation of java

1.3 The java technology

1.4 The java buzzwords

1.5 Comparison of java with C++

1.6 Java tools

1.7 Garbage collection

1.8 Creating a java program

2. Programming Concepts of Basic Java

2.1 Lexical issues

2.2 Data types in java

2.3 Declaring a variable

2.4 Java coding conventions

2.5 Conversion between numeric types

2.6 Constants

2.7 Operators

2.8 Numeric promotion

2.9 Precedence

2.10 Control flow

2.11 Arrays

3. Objects and Classes

3.1 The general form of a class

3.2 Data hiding and encapsulation

3.3 Argument passing

3.4 Overloading methods

3.5 Constructors

3.6 The this keyword

3.7 The finalize() method

3.8 Inheritance basics

3.9 Method overriding

3.10 Implicit subclass to superclass conversion

3.11 Using super

3.12 Dynamic method dispatch

4. Language Features

4.1 Access control

4.2 Static keyword

4.3 Other java modifiers

4.4 Recursion

4.5 Using abstract classes

4.6 Introducing final

4.7 Interfaces

4.8 Introducing nested and inner classes

4.9 Simple type wrappers

4.10 Converting numbers to and from strings

4.11 Packages

4.12 Access protection

4.13 Importing packages

5. Exception Handling

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Exception types

5.3 Example of an uncaught exception

5.4 Using try and catch block

5.5 Using multiple catch statements

5.6 Nested catch blocks

5.7 Using methods defined by exception and throwable

5.8 User defined exceptions

5.9 Throwing an exception

5.10 Using throws

5.11 Using finally

5.12 Nested try statements

6. Multithreading

6.1 Introdution

6.2 Thread lifecycle

6.3 The thread class and the runnable interface

6.4 Creating multiple threads

6.5 Thread priorities

6.6 Synchronization

6.7 Interthread communication

6.8 Deadlock

6.9 Suspending, resuming, and stopping threads

7. Abstract Window Toolkit

7.1 Window fundamentals

7.2 Working with frame windows

7.3 Working with graphics

7.4 Controls

7.5 Understanding layout managers

7.6 Event handling

7.7 Adapter classes

7.8 Inner classes

7.9 Anonymous inner classes

7.10 Applet fundamentals

7.11 Applet life-cycle

7.12 Simple java applet

7.13 Creating and running applets

7.14 The Html applet tag

7.15 Applet advantages and disadvantages

7.16 Inter applet communication

7.17 Static variables and methods

8. Java Utility Packages, Classes, Interfaces

8.1 Hashtable

8.2 Properties

8.3 Vector

8.4 Math

8.5 Random

8.6 System

8.7 String

8.8 Stringbuffer

8.9 Map

8.10 The enumeration interface

9. Streams and File I/O

9.1 I/O basics

9.2 Streams

9.3 Reading console input

9.4 Writing console output

9.5 Files

9.6 Serialization 

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