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Introduction to Computer Science Using Java


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Introduction to Computer Science Using Java

This is a beginning course in computer science using Java. No experience with using Java is assumed. This online course with exercises will teach you quite a lot about Java. You should also get familiar with the programs and running them, as discussed in chapter 7. You will obtain a better grasp and understanding of Java by attempting to write programs on your own and also going through the suggested programming exercises for each chapter.  This online course has been used successfully by beginning programmers and by experienced programmers who wanted to learn Java. Some people have used it as a review for Java certification.

This online course assumes you have the Java Software Development Kit (SDK) version 1.1 or later from Sun and a simple text editor such as NotePad. For help with setting up and running the Java SDK look at this page (Essentials of the Java Programming Language, Lesson 1: Compiling and Running A Simple Program), this page (Java 2 SDK Standard Edition Documentation), and also here. You can also use more sophisticated environments, as well. For more information please check the frequently asked questions.


Part 1: Hardware and Software

Part 1 consists of general computer science topics but does not say much about Java. Topics include a general discussion of hardware and software, the nature of analog and binary signals, machine language and high level languages, language translation and interpretation. Readers who already know these topics can skip to Part 2, where Java instruction begins.

  • Chapter 1: Introduction to Computer Systems
    • Quiz   -   Flash Cards

  • Chapter 2: Analog and Binary Signals
    • Quiz   -   Flash Cards

  • Chapter 3: Computer Memory
    • Quiz   -   Flash Cards

  • Chapter 4: The Processor

    • Quiz   -   Flash Cards

Part 2: Running Java Programs

Part 2 explains how to run Java programs. First, it discusses translating Java source code into bytecodes. Then it discusses how bytecodes are interpreted. All readers should look at this section. Next the notes explain how to create a Java program with the Windows Notepad editor and how to run it using the Java Development Kit.

  • Chapter 5: Introduction to Java
    • Review Exercise

  • Chapter 6: Small Java Programs
    • Review Exercise

  • Chapter 7: How to Run the Example Programs
    • Review Exercise

Part 3: Java Programming

Part 3 contains notes on how to program in Java. It assumes you know how to run the programs once you have written them. The notes are written so they can be used with any Java development environment.

  • Chapter 8: Primitive Data Types
    • Quiz   -   Flash Cards   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 9: Variables and the Assignment Statement
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 9B: Expressions and Arithmetic Operators
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 10: Input and Output
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 11: Floating point Input
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 12: The if Statement
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 13: The Single Branch if Statement
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 14: Logical Operators and Example Programs
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 15 : Loops and the while statement
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 16: Counting Loops
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 17: Examples of Counting Loops
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 18: Sentinel-controlled Loops and Nested if statements
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 19: Result-controlled Loops
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 20: Example Program -- Combination Lock
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 21: File Input and Output
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 22: Reading Data from a File
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 23: File Input Techniques

    • Programming Exercise

Part 4: Object Oriented Programming

Part 4 contains notes on Object Oriented programming in Java. It starts with a general introduction to the concept of software objects, and then moves on to how these concepts are implemented in Java.

  • Chapter 25: Objects
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 26: Object References
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 27: More about Objects and Classes
    • Review Exercise

  • Chapter 28: Method Parameters
    • Review Exercise

  • Chapter 29: The String Class and More about Method Parameters
    • Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 30: Defining your own Classes
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 31: Class Design Example (miles per gallon)
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 32: Class Design Example (checking account)
    • Review Exercise

  • Chapter 33: Encapsulation and Visibility Modifiers
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 34: Parameters, Overloading, Local Variables
    • Review Exercise

  • Chapter 34B: Object Parameters
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 35: Objects that Contain Objects
    • Review Exercise   -   Programming Exercises

Part 5: Applets and Graphics

  • Chapter 36: Applets
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 37: Applet Examples
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 38: More Applet Examples
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

Part 6: More Java Programming Features

This section discusses additional features of Java, such as additional language features for incrementing and decrementing variables, convenient ways to create loops, and arrays.

  • Chapter 39: Increment, Decrement, and Assignment Operators
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 40: Boolean Expressions and Short-circuit Operators
    • Review Exercise

  • Chapter 41: The for Statement
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 42: More about the for Statement
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 43: The Conditional Operator, and the switch Statement
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 44: The do Statement
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 46: Introduction to Arrays
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 47: Common Array Algorithms
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 48: Arrays as Parameters
    • Review Exercise

  • Chapter 49: Methods that Change Arrays
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 49B: Arrays of Objects and Linear Search
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 49C: Two-dimensional Array
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 49D: StringBuffers and StringTokenizers
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

Part 7: Advanced Object Oriented Programming

This section discusses advanced features of object oriented programming that will be needed for programming graphical user interfaces.

  • Chapter 50: Introduction to Inheritance
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 51: Abstract Classes and Polymorphism
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 52: More about Polymorphism
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 53: Interfaces
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 54: Vectors and Enumerations
    • Quiz

Part 8: Graphical User Interface Programming

This section tells you how to program graphical user interfaces using the Java 1.1 Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT).

  • Chapter 55: Beginning GUI Programming
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 56: Event Listeners
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 57: Adding GUI Components to a Container
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 58: More about Action Events
    • Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 59: Example GUI Application
    • Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 60: A Larger GUI Application
    • Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 61: Components Layout Techniques
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 62: AWT Class Hierarchy

 

Part 9: Exceptions and IO Streams

This section discusses how Java handles errors through its Exception mechanism. Then it discusses input and output with disk files and other data streams.

  • Chapter 80: Exceptions and Errors
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 81: More about Exceptions
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 82: Input and Output Streams
    • Quiz

  • Chapter 83: Writing Text Files
    • Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 84: Reading Text Files
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises   -   Programming Project

  • Chapter 85: Writing Binary Files
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 86: Reading Binary Files
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

  • Chapter 87: The File Class
    • Quiz   -   Programming Exercises

Appendix

  • Appendix A --- Introduction to HTML
    • Part 1 --- Pages, Paragraphs, and Fonts
    • Part 2 --- Lists, Links, and URLs
    • Part 3 --- Applets, Images, and Tables

Index

  • Index

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  • Java Lessons zip file  All material in one file, 3.36 MB

 


 


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