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Java – A Practical Approach

Java – A Practical Approach

Java – A Practical Approach

About the course

This course helps transform the learners to quality Java developers, who can add value to the software industry. In this course, you’ll learn the fundamental concepts of core Java, which pave the way to build an elementary application followed by a full fledged industrial software. This course facilitates the user to understand the building blocks of an application which can be built using the fundamental concepts of object oriented programming.This course comprises of video lectures which can be viewed online and offline as per the convenience of the user. It also has practice questions, downloadable source code files for saving user's time in typing the source code, since almost the entire course is hands on. So, this makes it all together a complete package.

This course covers the fundamental concepts of Java programming including working with operators, functions, loops etc. Advanced concepts like object oriented programming are also covered in this course, which includes working with classes and objects, using Inheritance and encapsulation, polymorphism, abstraction etc. The course mainly focuses on practical approach and expects the user to try hands on with the exercises to get a complete hang of it.


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*CGPA to percentage conversion formula:

Equivalent Percentage = CGPA obtained X 9.5 X (10/CGPA Scale)
Example: If CGPA obtained is 8.00 on the scale of 10, then Equivalent
percentage will be 8.00 X 9.5 X (10/10) = 76%,
or If CGPA is 3.7 out of 4, then Equivalent percentage will be 3.7 X 9.5 X (10/4) = 87.88%


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  1. Installing The JDK

  2. Using Java Source Code File

  3. Run our first Program

  4. Command Line Argument

  5. Downloading Eclipse

  6. Hello India

  7. Variables

  8. Getting User Input

  9. Building a Basic Calculator

  10. Math Operators

  11. Increment Operators

  12. If Statement

  13. Logical Operators

  14. Switch Statement

  15. While Loop

  16. Using Multiple Classes

  17. Use Methods with Parameters

  18. Many Methods and Instances

  19. Constructors

  20. Nested If Statements

  21. Else If Statement

  22. Conditional Operators

  23. Simple Averaging Program

  24. For Loops

  25. Compound Interest Program

  26. Do While Loops

  27. Math Class Methods

  28. Random Number Generator

  29. Introduction to Arrays

  30. Creating An Array Table

  31. Summing Elements of Arrays

  32. Array Elements As Counters

  33. Enhanced For Loop

  34. Arrays in Methods

  35. Multidimensional Arrays

  36. Table for Multi Arrays

  37. Variable Length Arguments

  38. Time Class

  39. Display Regular time

  40. Multiple Constructors

  41. Set and Get Methods

  42. Building Objects for Constructors

  43. toString

  44. Composition

  45. Java: A Practical Approach - Final Quiz