The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the fundamentals of object-oriented programming using Java.
After successfully completing this module, students will be able to:
1. Analyse, write and explain Java programs that utilise primitive and reference types and make use of a range of control structures including iteration, recursion and exception handling.
2. Analyse, write and explain programs that define classes and use objects of those classes.
3. Analyse, write and explain programs that utilise inheritance and polymorphism.
4. Analyse, write and explain programs that use parts of a platform API to perform file-based I/O, event handling and display of simple graphical components.
. Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
. Primitive and reference types (Classes, Objects and Arrays)
. Inheritance and Polymorphism
. Flow of Control (iteration, try-catch blocks, recursion)
. File I/O
. Event Handling and Graphical Components
. Dealing with Collections of Objects (Lists and Maps)
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