The Java Programming Language

The Java Programming Language - JavaProgramming:FromProblem

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Java Programming: From Problem  Analysis to Program Design The Java Programming Language IT 120 / CS 120 / CT234D By: Ms. Glende Brazil
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OBJECTIVES 2 At  the  end  of  the  lesson,  the  students  are  expected to: Learn about Java Save, compile, run, and modify a Java application Discover what a compiler is and what it does Examine how a Java program is processed
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Learning about Programming Syntax error Misuse of language Misspelled programming language word Debugging Freeing program of all errors Logic errors Also called semantic errors Syntax correct but produces incorrect results  when executed Usually more difficult to find and resolve Source code  Programming statements written in high-level  programming language
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Learning About Java Java Developed  by  Sun  Microsystems    for  general-purpose  business  applications  and  for  interactive,  Web-based  Internet  applications. Was created in  1991 by James Gosling et.al.
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Java Program Types Applets Programs embedded in Web page Java applications Java stand-alone programs
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Analyzing a Java Application
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Understanding the  First  Class
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