DCO10103 Programming in Java, Semester A 2009/10
Vocabulary: Topic 1
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Introduction to Computer Programming,
Briefing on Java & Computer Systems
31 August 2009
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Technical Terminology
Chinese Translation
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Computer Programming
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Proble
Section A Multiple Choice (32%)
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Course code & title :
DCO10103 Programming in Java (Midterm Test)
Session
:
Semester A 2008/09
Time allowed
:
90 minutes
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DCO10103 Programming in Java, Semester B 2009/10
Lab10
Image Processing Application using Java (Part A)
Submission Details
No submission is required for this lab. ;)
Objective
The objective o
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DCO10103 Programming in Java, Semester B 2009/10
Lab09
Using Java Branching and Looping Statements for Image Processing
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In this lab, you are required to write TWO Java programs
Java
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DCO10103 Programming in Java, Semester B 2009/10
Lab07
Java Strings
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In this lab, you are required to write THREE Java programs to solve the given problems shown in
the section Lab
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Background
1. Form a program skeleton by defining a class with a main method / operation
DCO10103 Programming in Java, Semester B 2009/10
/ The filename of the Java source file should be exactly the
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DCO10103 Programming in Java, Semester B 2009/10
Lab05
Use of Static Methods and Simple GUI Programming
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In this lab, you are required to write THREE Java programs to solve the
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DCO10103 Programming in Java, Semester B 2009/10
Lab04
Variables, Arithmetic Operators, Expressions and Assignment
Submission Details
In this lab, you are required to write TWO Java programs to s
City University of Hong Kong
Division of Computer Studies
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Course code & title :
DCO10103 Programming in Java
Session
:
Semester A 2008/09
Time allowed
:
Two hours
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This paper has sixteen (16) pages, including this page and appendix.
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1.
This paper con
City University of Hong Kong
Division of Computer Studies
_
Course code & title :
DCO10103 Programming in Java
Session
:
Semester A 2009/10
Time allowed
:
Two hours
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This paper has twenty one (21) pages, including this page and appendix.
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This paper
Programming Assignment
Image Processing Application using Java
(To be confirmed)
Submission Details
In this assignment, you are required to implement a number of image processing routines using Java.
Each of these routines should be either able to add som
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