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Summary: This is a comprehensive training on Java delivered by Mr.arjun chilkaIndustry Expert working in MNC
which gives you enough knowledge on Java.

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Java  j2ee 
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Overview

Java's unique architecture enables programmers to  develop a single application that can run across multiple platforms seamlessly and reliably.Student learn to create robust console and GUI applications and store and retrieve data from relational data bases.

Course Content

Chapter - 1 - Introduction
  1. Introduction
  2. Object Oriented Concepts
  3. What is java 
  4. History
  5. The java virtual machine
  6. Writing a java program 
  7. packages
  8. Simple java program

Chapter -2 - Java Elements

  1. Primitive Data Types 
  2. The For statements
  3. The If statements
  4. The while and Do while Statements
  5. The Switch Statement 
  6. The Break Statement
  7. The Continue Statement
  8. Operators
  9. Cast and conversions
  10. Key words
  11. Comments
Chapter -3
  1. Programming using Oop's
  2. Defining New Data Types
  3. The Constructor
  4. The String Class
  5. Sting Literals
  6. Documentation
  7. Packages
  8. The String Buffer Class
  9. Naming Conventions
  10. The Data Class
  11. The import Statement
  12. The Sting Tokenizer Class
  13. The Decimal Format Class
Chapter-4 - Methods and Functions
  1. Introduction
  2. Method Signatures
  3. Arguments and parameters
  4. Passing Objects to Methods
  5. Method OverLoading
  6. Static Methods
  7. The Math Class
  8. The System Class
  9. Wrapper Classes
Chapter - 5 - Arrays
  1. Arrays
  2. Introduction 
  3. Processing Arrays
  4. Copying Arrays
  5. Passing Arrays to methods
  6. Arrays of objects
  7. The Arrays Class
  8. Command Line Arguments
  9. Multidimensional Arrays
Chapter - 6 - Encapsulation

  1. Introduction
  2. Constructor
  3. The This Reference
  4. Data Hiding
  5. Public and private member
  6. Access Levels
  7. Composition
  8. Static Data Members
Chapter - 7 - Inheritance & Polymorphism
  1. Introduction 
  2. A simple Example
  3. Objects and Classes
  4. Method Overriding
  5. Polymorphism
  6. Additional Inheritance Example
  7. Chapter - 8
  8.  Abstract Classes and Interfaces
  9. Introduction
  10. Abstract Classes
  11. Extending an Abstract Class
  12. Interface
Chapter - 9 - Exceptions

  1. Introduction
  2. Exception Handling
  3. The Exception Hierarchy
  4. Checked Exceptions
  5. Advertising Exceptions with throws
  6. Developing Your Own Exception Classes
  7. The finally Block
Chapter - 10
  1. Input and output in java
  2. Introduction
  3. The File Class
  4. Standard Streams
  5. Keyboard Input
  6. File I/O Using Byte Streams
  7. Character Streams
  8. File I/O Using Character Streams
  9. Buffered Streams
  10. Writing Text Files
Chapter - 11 - Threads

  1. Threads vs. Processes
  2. Creating Threads by Extending Thread
  3. Creating Threads by Implementing Runnable
  4. Advantages of Using Threads
  5. Daemon Threads
  6. Thread States
  7. Thread Problems
  8. Synchronization
Chapter - 12 - Collections
  1. Introduction
  2. Vectors
  3. Hash Tables
  4. Enumerations
  5. Properties
  6. Collection Framework Hierarchy
  7. Lists
  8. Sets
  9. Maps
  10. The Collections Class
Chapter - 13 - Networking 

  1. Networking Fundamentals
  2. The Client/Server Model
  3. InetAddress
  4. URLs
  5. Sockets
  6. A Time Of Day Client
  7. Writing  Servers

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