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This course of study starts with Java Fundamentals and builds on the skills gained by students to advance java programming skills.Students will design object-oriented applications with Java and will create Java programs using hands-on, engaging activities.
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Java is a platform independent language.It was built with the philosophy of “write once, run everywhere”(WORA).It is also an object-oriented language that enables a learner to create real-world applications.The object-oriented approach is one of the popular programming styles.In this, a complex program is divided into smaller sets by creating objects.This makes the code reusable and also easier to maintain.The Java Platform provides various features for the security of Java applications.Some of the features that Java handles are: provide a secure platform for developing and running application; automatic memory management, reduces memory corruption and vulnerabilities; provides secure communication by protecting the integrity and privacy of data transmitted.
ETL LABS PVT LTD is offering you government certification course in JAVA PROGRAMMING. As this institute is an authorized UPDESCO (a govt of UP undertaking) education center, so this Java certification program is verifiable at State Govt Office and website.
Students will learn how to
• Write, compile and execute Java programs
• Build robust applications using Java’s object-oriented features
• Create robust applications using Java class libraries
• Develop platform-independent GUIs
• Read and write data using Java streams
Introduction to Java
Basic Language Elements
Object Oriented Programming
- Class Fundamentals
- Object & Object reference
- Object Life time & Grabage Collection
- Creating and Operating Objects
- Constructor & initilization code block
- Access Control
- Inner Class& Anonymous Classes
- Abstract Class & Interfaces
- Defining Methods
- Method Overloading
- Use of Modifiers with Classes & Methods
Extending Classes and Inheritance