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Java is a powerful general programming language. Like C++, Java supports Object Oriented Programming.
Characteristic of that is the possibility to define new data types and the re-use if software by means of inheritance.
Java however is much more structured than C++; therefore it is easier to use for Object Oriented Programming, hence
because of this structure it is less flexible.
Java is often used for writing small applications for the World Wide Web, the so-called applets. Because of that the
language is very safe and independent of the platform.
Another advantage is that there are good public domain programming environments which can be downloaded free of charge
from the World Wide Web.
In this three day course the principles of object oriented programming in Java
will be dealt with.
Other subjects are Exception handling and a short introduction to Graphical User
- Objects and classes
- Inheritance, abstract classes and interfaces
- Predefinined Java classes (Strings, a.o.)
- Object oriented software design
- Exception handling
- Packages and Jar files
- Introduction to Graphical User Interface programming
- Just Java 2 auteur Peter van der Linden
- Introduction to Java Programming auteur Y. Daniel Liang
||The documentation used in the course is in English.
The language of
communication can be either Dutch or English, to be decided by mutual agreement with the students
||Partly theory, partly hand-on experience
This course is not yet scheduled.