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Java Programming Language
SL-275

Sun Educational Services

Java Programming Language

September 1999

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Preface
About This Course

Java Programming Language

September 1999

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Course Goals
This course provides you with knowledge and skills to: • Program and run advanced Java™ applications and applets • Help you prepare for the Sun™ Certified Java Programmer and Developer examinations

Java Programming Language
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Course Overview
This course covers the following areas: • Syntax of the Java programming language • Object-oriented concepts as they apply to the Java programming language • Graphical user interface (GUI) programming • Applet creation • Multithreading • Networking Java Programming Language

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Course Map
The Java Programming Language Basics
Getting Started Identifiers, Keywords, and Types Expressions and Flow Control Arrays

Object-Oriented Programming
Objects and Classes Advanced Language Features

Exception Handling
Exceptions

Developing Graphical User Interfaces
Building GUIs The AWT Event Model The AWT Component Library Java Foundation Classes

Applets
Introduction to Java Applets

Multithreading
Threads

Communications
Stream I/O and Files Networking

Java Programming Language

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