Exam 2 Study Guide - 1 Modeling-Explain differences between a model and what it is that is being modeled(simplification abstraction etc 2 Java Be

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1. Modeling --Explain differences between a model and what it is that is being modeled (simplification, abstraction, etc.) 2. Java Be able to write and debug programs written in Java, including: -- Simple statements involving declarations, assignments, method calls. -- Control flow. Sequential control, indexed for loops and while loops, if/else if/else branches. -- Basic concepts of object orientation. The difference between classes and objects, class fields and methods, constants (static final fields), definition of constructors and their invocation using the reserved word "new". -- Visibility rules governing public and private methods and fields. -- Running and testing code. Use of the interaction pane in Dr. Java to instantiate objects and run class methods. The main method and running it. How to write comments. -- Inheritance, the reserved word "extends"; polymorphism (classes that have same-named methods and the rules that govern which one applies).
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course CS 1316 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Exam 2 Study Guide - 1 Modeling-Explain differences between a model and what it is that is being modeled(simplification abstraction etc 2 Java Be

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