Core Java Training
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A Core Java course is designed to teach students the fundamental concepts of the Java programming language.
45 Hours Theory | 45 Hours Lab | Practice Sheets | Material
About Core Java:
A Core Java course is designed to teach students the fundamental concepts of the Java programming language. Students will learn about variables, data types, control structures, object-oriented programming, and other key concepts. The course typically covers both the syntax and semantics of the language, as well as how to use Java to build real-world applications
The course begins with an introduction to Java and its history, followed by an overview of the Java development environment. Students will learn how to write and compile Java code using an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) such as Eclipse or NetBeans.
The course then covers the basics of Java programming, including variables, data types, control structures, arrays, and methods. Students will learn how to write code that performs calculations, reads and writes to files, and interacts with the user.
The course also covers object-oriented programming concepts such as classes, objects, inheritance, and polymorphism. Students will learn how to write classes that encapsulate data and behavior, and how to use inheritance and polymorphism to create modular and extensible code.
In addition to these core concepts, a Core Java course may also cover topics such as exception handling, multithreading, and networking. These topics are essential for building real-world Java applications, and students will learn how to write code that handles errors, runs in parallel, and communicates over networks.
Typically Covers the Topics:
Variable is an identity of memory allocation.
Using variable, we can store and process information.
- We need to specify the data type in the declaration of every variable.
- Data type describes about type of data allowed to store into variable and how much memory allocated.
Operator is a symbol that performs operation on data.
A Block of instructions defined to perform a task.
Array is used to store more than one value but of same type.
String is a sequence of characters.
Pointer stores address of memory location by which we can process information.
A user defined data type by which we can store more than one element of different types of data.
File is a user defined data type by which we can store the information physically(permanently).