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BCT 2115, CCS 2227, ICS 2201 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING II Prerequisite Object Oriented Programming (OOP) I OR Object Orientation Concepts Course Description Introduction to design principles of user-friendly graphical interfaces. Development of graphical user interface components: frames and windows. Event handling: source object. Event object. listener object. creation of menus, sub menu, menu bar and tool bars. GUI components: uses and creations of icons. images. labels, text area, text field, buttons, radio button, combo box, check box, separators. Dialogs: uses of dialogs. Types of dialogs. Popup menus, progress bar, tables, trees, color chooser. File chooser. Colors. Font and Text. Layout manager: File: Inputstream and output stream. Connecting an application to a database. Sending document to printer. Testing: white and black box testing. Documentation: inline documentation Course Objectives The course aims to: Introduce students to design of computer software using a high-level object-oriented programming language i.e. Java

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