Java Programming II

Overview

This course is a continuation of the beginner’s lessons in Java Programming with more advanced topics. The course aims to teach the topics on top of the basic skills learned and apply them in the provided exercises.

Upon completion of the course, the student must be able to:

  • Understand the implementation of object-oriented concepts in Java
  • Create more complex classes and methods
  • Use interfaces and abstract classes
  • Perform input and output operations
  • Handle exceptions
  • Learn about miscellaneous Java classes
  • Level Beginner
  • Number of lessons 12
  • IT Points 20
Students enrolled: 30
  • Jaime Martin
  • Nyel
  • Jemar Canja
  • Dice
  • Markee
  • Dwight Allen Fajutagana
  • JAN SIBUG
  • xhia xhiaShia
  • David Broncano
  • Julius Anthony Banatao
  • Jan Raniel Libunao
  • Ramit gahlaut
  • Rox
  • kimmyfrail
  • Salazar Joshua
  • Gina borlagdatan
  • Criss
  • Dale Marion Perez
  • David Red Bueno
  • Henry Macugay Jr.
  • James Masangcay
  • Linuel Podiotan
  • Veronica Hernandez
  • Mark Daniel Reyes
  • Al Golondrina
  • BibiGinn Pannogan
  • Glenwin  Bernabe
  • Eman
  • Nesh
  • No name

Course outline

  • Lesson1 : Packages

  • Lesson2 : Access Modifiers

  • Lesson3 : Non-access Modifiers

  • Lesson4 : Parameters and Arguments

  • Lesson5 : Constructors and Method Overloading

  • Lesson6 : Subclasses

  • Lesson7 : Method Overriding

  • Lesson8 : Interfaces

  • Lesson9 : Abstraction

  • Lesson10 : Basic File and Input/Output Operations

  • Lesson11 : Exceptions

  • Lesson12 : Miscellaneous Topics

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