Core Java Programming

Java is an object-oriented programming language (OOP). It is organized around data rather than actions. Java is used for both server and client processing. Today,Java is in use by 5 million software developers and operates in 2.5 billion devices including PCs, mobile phones, smart cards, web cams, games, etc.

Our Java training program, provides practical training to design, write, compile and run basic Java applications that incorporate fundamental programming concepts and accepted programming techniques.

Our Java expert level programmers who would train you during the course of your Java Industrial Training to get you familiar with real working environment.

Course Details

Prerequisites

Knowledge of any object-oriented programming language would be an advantage

Duration

2 Months (1½ hour/day on weekdays)

Fees

One-on-One : 11500
Group/Batch: 7000

Highlights

Course completion certificate which can be validated online

Gain complete working knowledge in Core Java

Online quizzes and 25+ student assignments (interview based) throughout the course

Weekly 2 hours compulsory practical session

Ability to work on all Java related Application/Programs

Ability to create/learn Android Applications

Course Coverage
Flow Control, Methods, Files I/O, Exceptions, Collections, Generics, Networking, Multithreading, Events.
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OVERVIEW OF CORE JAVA

* About JAVA Programming
* Features of Java
* Compile and Execution

INTRODUCTION TO CORE JAVA

* JAVA Program Structure
* Data types
* Variables
* Modifiers
* Operators
* Characters
* Strings
* Arrays
* Date and Time
* Inner classes
* Regular Expressions

DECISION MAKING

* IF Statements
* IF-ELSE Statements
* NESTED-IF Statements
* SWITCH Statements
* NESTED-SWITCH Statements
* Replace IF-ELSE Statements by Operator

LOOPS

* WHILE
* DO-WHILE
* FOR
* NESTED LOOPS
* BREAK,CONTINUE and GOTO Statements

METHODS

* Creating Methods
* Calling Methods
* Passing Parameters
* Method Overloading

FILES I/O

* Introduction to streams
* Standars streams
* Reading and writing files
* File Navigation and I/O

EXCEPTIONS

* Exception hierarchy
* Try-Catch
* Exception Methods
* Multiple catch Blocks
* Nested try-catch
* Throw and throws
* Finally block

OBJECT ORIENTED CONCEPTS

* Inheritance
* Method Overriding & Overloading
* Polymorphism
* Abstraction
* Encapsulation
* Interface
* Packages

COLLECTIONS & GENERICS

* Interfaces in collection
* Collection classes
* Generic Methods
* Generic Classes

MULTITHREADING

* Thread
* Implements Runnable Interface
* Extends Thread Class
* Synchronization and Deadlock

Students Review

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Java?

Java, formerly known as oak, is an object-oriented programming language developed by Sun. It shares many superficial similarities with C, C++, and Objective C (for instance for loops have the same syntax in all four languages); but it is not based on any of those languages, nor have efforts been made to make it compatible with them.

Java was designed to make it a lot easier to write bug free code. Shipping C code has, on average, one bug per 55 lines of code. About half of these bugs are related to memory allocation and deallocation.
Thus Java has a number of features to make bugs less common:
Strong Typing
No unsafe constructs
The language is small so its easy to become fluent.
The language is easy to read and write. Obfuscated Java isn't nearly as common as obfuscated C.
There are no undefined or architecture dependent constructs.
Java is object oriented so reuse is easy.
Java has concurrency.

What are the advantages of learning Java?

Create computer programs to perform tasks for you
Learn more sophisticated computer programming languages
Improve your logical thinking
Program in the object-oriented world

Use Java with Javascript and Java Server Pages (JSP) to create powerful web applications
Java is the recommended language for developing Android apps
Get an extremely high paying job as a Java developer/software engineer
Start your own business creating software programs for others

How is Java unlike C++?

Two classes of language features have been removed from C++ to make it Java. These are those language features which make C++ unsafe and those which make it hard to read.

Features removed that make Java easier to read and understand than C++ include #define, typedef, operator overloading, enum, unions and structs.

The main feature removed to make Java safer and more robust than C++ is pointer arithmetic.

Other features removed include global variables, standalone functions (everything is a method), friend functions (Everything in a package is a friend of everything else in the package.) and non-virtual functions.

Is it necessary to learn C or C++ to learn Java?

No, but it helps. Java is based on C++, so if you know how it works, it is easier to learn Java. That said, Java is strictly object-oriented, whereas C++ allows both procedural (like C) and object-based programming.
So if you want to learn Java first, you will have to be comfortable using objects.

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