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chap 1 Getting to know Greenfoot --- Install Java JDK and Greenfoot IDE, Run Java applications on Eclipse and Greenfoot We use Moodle system to host online course materials via URL . You start every lesson by reading the schedule document in each Moodle folder. Objectives Understand grading procedures and class schedule by reading the course syllabus Install Greenfoot, and run the scenarios in textbook chapter 1 Install Java JDK, and then install Java IDE (Integrated Development Environment) – “Eclipse Java EE” Describe the background and key components of Java Compile and execute a Java application Submit homework 1 to Moodle drop box. Schedule: This lesson covers Moodle folder “chap 1”. Please follow the steps below. 1, read the CS 2163 Course Syllabus carefully, which can be found in Moodle “chap 1” folder. 2, install Java SE JDK 12. Please follow the instructions in the installation document “ InstallingJDK.docx ”, and we support Windows, Linux, and Mac OX. SE JDK stands for Standard Edition of Java Development Kit . Number 12 is the version, and we also refer it as the major version. 3, download and install Greenfoot IDE from this link: , and it supports Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. 4, download the scenario java source code files from textbook : click this link , and then the link “ Book scenarios (23.5 Mb) ” . After you get the downloaded zip file, unzip it and you will get the folder name “book-scenarios”. Click into this folder, and you will see all the textbook projects placed in chapter folders. Please read the instructions below and learn how to zip and unzip files and folders. It is very important that you learn it so that you can submit your homework properly. zip / unzip instructions for Windows user: To zip file(s) or folder(s), just select the file(s) or folder(s), and then right click the file(s) or folder(s), and select “Send To” “Compressed (zipped) Folder”; To unzip, just right click the zip file and then select “Expand” “Extract All” to extract it. zip / unzip instructions for Mac OS X user: To zip file(s) or folder(s), just select the file(s) or folder(s), and then mouse right click, and then select Compress “file or folder name”. To unzip file(s) or folder(s), just double click the select the zip file, and then the decompressed folder will show up in the same directory where the zip file locates. zip / unzip instructions for Linux user: To zip file(s) or folder(s), use this command line: zip –r /zipFilePath/sample.zip File1.java File2.java folder1 folder2 , where sample.zip is the name of zip file locates in / zipFilePath , followed by the list of file(s) folder(s) to be zipped.
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