I6arwk an open book about java for beginners

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An open book about Java for beginners, courtesy of WikiBooks. Complete on-line version of the O'Reilly book Java in a Nutshell . L1 – History and significance of the Java language within the context of the software industry. You will be able to Describe the history of Java, and the reasoning that makes Java an important programming language in the context of other programming languages. Gaddis, Chapter 1, esp. pp 8-9 You will be able to Recognize and be able to describe the difference between Java applications and Java applets. Gaddis, Chapter 1, esp. pp 8-9
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You will be able to Explain the significance of Java as it applies to programming for the internet. ml L2 - Primitive data types, arithmetic and relational operators. You will be able to Define variables using any of the eight primitive data types. Gaddis, Chapter 2, esp. pp. 44-52 l You will be able to Use variables and arithmetic operators to write statements containing arithmetic expressions. Gaddis, Chapter 2, esp. pp 52-64 You will be able to Use variables and relational operators to write statements containing relational expressions. Gaddis, Chapter 3, esp. pp. 111-116 You will be able to Write statements that combine data types in a single expression, and promote and demote (cast) values from one primitive data type to another. Gaddis, Chapter 2, esp. pp. 64-68, 95-98, Chapter 10, esp. pp 624-625 L3 - Selection and repetition constructs in Java.
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