This course has been replaced by COMP 2613 - Java Application Development as of November 2009. This intermediate level course is third in a series and assumes students already have a prior understanding of Java programming, as detailed in the course requirements. Students work in an intensive hands-on environment and continue with an examination of the Java language features introduced in Java Release 5 such as generics and enumerated types. Topics also include: packages, exceptions, interfaces and nested classes. An introduction to threads, event handling and Swing topics provide an understanding of how to build graphical user interfaces. Additional topics include: collections, file I/O and utility classes. This course helps prepare students to challenge the Sun Certified Java Programmer exam. You are advised not to take other programming languages simultaneously with this course.
Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2005
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