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    Java Programming Language - Basic



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    Course Goal

    The main goal of this course is to provide you with the knowledge and skill necessary for object-oriented programming of java application. In this course, you will learn Java programming language syntax and object-oriented concepts, multithreading, and networking.

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    Course Overview

    This course covers the following areas:

    OO Concept, CRC (Class, Responsibility,


    Syntax of the Java programming language

    Object-oriented concepts as they apply to the

    Java programming language



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    Course Map

    The Java Programming Language Basics


    Identifiers, Keywords,and Types

    More Object-Oriented Programming

    Inheritance AdvancedClass Features

    Advanced Java Programming

    Threads Networking

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    Whats an object?A person, thing, concept, event, screen, or report. Objects both know things (that is , they have data) and they do things (that is, they have functionality)

    An object

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    The class is used to describe a set of like things. It describes all of these elements in a general way but allows each instance of the class to very in nonessential features.

    The class is abstract and conceptual, the instances are concrete, physical objects.

    A class and its instances

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    What are Responsibilities?Responsibilities are general statements about software objects

    Three major items:The actions an object performsThe knowledge an object maintainsMajor decisions an object makes that affect others

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    Collaborations are requests from one object to another

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    The three keys of OO

    There is an industry-standard definition of object-oriented technology, and it can be summarized in terms of three key concepts:

    Objects that provide (encapsulation) of procedures and data

    Messages that support (polymorphism) across objects

    Classes that implement (inheritance) within class hierarchies

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    Interface and Implementation

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    Interface and Implementation

    The person watching TV does not need to know the TV sets structure and how it works inside.

    But he needs to control the TV set.TV needs to provide an interface.

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    Internal State

    Turn On

    Turn Off

    Change Channel

    Adjust Volume


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    OOP with Java

    Access Modifiers

    private Makes a method or a variable accessible only from within itsown class.

    protected Makes a method or a variable accessible only to classes inthe same package or subclasses of the class.

    Public Makes a class, method, or variable accessible from any other class.

    Class, Method, Variable Modifiers

    abstract Used to declare a class that cannot be instantiated, or a method that must be implemented by a nonabstract subclass.

    class Keyword used to specify a class.

    extends Used to indicate the superclass that a subclass is extending.

    implements Used to indicate the interfaces that a class will implement.

    interface Keyword used to specify an interface.

    new Used to instantiate an object by invoking the constructor.

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    Declaring Java Classes

    Basic syntax of a Java class ::=

    class {***


    Example:public class Vehicle {

    private double maxLoad;public void setMaxLoad(double value) {

    maxLoad = value;}


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    Declaring Attributes

    Basic syntax of an attribute


    [= ];

    ::= byte | short | int | long | char | float | double |boolean |

    Examplespublic class Foo {

    public int x;private float y = 10000.0F;private String name = Hello;


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    Declaring Methods

    Basic syntax of a method ::=

    (*) {*


    Examples:public class Thing {

    private int x;public int getX() {

    return x;}public void setX(int newX) {

    x = newX;}


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    Accessing Object Members

    The dot notation ,

    This is used to access object members including attributes and methods

    Examplesthing1.setX(47);thing1.x = 47; // only permissible if x is public

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    Information Hiding

    The problem

    Client code has direct access to internal data

    MyDate d = new MyDate() = 32// invalid day

    The solutionClient code must use setters/getters toaccess internal data

    d.setDate(32)// invalid day , return false

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    Hide the implementation details of a class

    Forces the user to use to interface to access data

    Make the code more maintainable


    -day : int

    -getDay() : long

    -setDay() : int

    -month : int

    -getMonth() : int

    -setMonth() : int

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    Declaring Constructor

    Basic syntax of a constructor

    ::= (*) {*


    Examples:public class Thing {

    private int x;public Thing() {

    x = 47;}public Thing(int new_x) {

    x = new_x;}


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    Declaring constructor

    A constructor is a set of instructions designed to initialize an instance. Parameters can be passed to the constructor in the same way as for a method.

    The name of the constructor must always be the same as the class name.

    Constructors are not methods. The do not have return values and are not inherited.

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    Declaring constructor For example

    public class Thing {private int x;

    public Thing() {x = 47;


    public Thing(int newX) {x = newX;


    public int getX() {return x;


    public void setX(int newX) {x = newX;


    public class TestThing {

    public static void main(String[] args) {

    Thing thing1 = new Thing();Thing thing2 = new Thing(42);System.out.println("thing1.x is

    + thing1.getX());System.out.println("thing2.x is

    + thing2.getX());}


    The output is:

    thing1.x is 47thing2.x is 42

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    The Default Constructor

    There is always at least one constructor in every class

    If the writer doest not supply any constructors, the default constructor will be present automatically

    The default constructor takes no argumentsThe default constructor has no body

    Enables you to create object instances with new Xxx() without have to write a constructor

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    The package Statement

    Basic syntax of the package statement ::=

    package [.]*;

    Example:package org.huihoo.jfox;

    Specify the package declaration at the beginning of the source fileOnly one package declaration per source fileIf no package is declared, then the class belongsto the default packagePackage names must be hierarchical and separated by dots

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    The import Statement

    Basic syntax of the package statement ::=

    import [.]*.;

    Examples:import org.huihoo.jfox.*;import java.util.List;import*;

    Precedes all class declarationsTells the compiler where to find classes to use

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    Terminology Recap

    Class A way to define new types in the Java programming language. The class