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Millions of devices, including laptops, smartphones, gaming consoles, medical equipment, and many more, employ the object-oriented programming language and software platform known as Java. Java’s syntax and principles are derived from the C and C++ languages. Enrol today to earn your certification.
JAVA Training Course Syllabus
✔ J-AVA Program Development
✔ J-AVA Source File Structure
✔ Compilation & Executions
✔ Eclipse Tool Usage
✔ Tokens, Identifiers, Keywords, Literals, Comments, Primitive Data types
✔ Condition Statements
✔ Control Statements
✔ Command-line Arguments
✔ OOPS, Fundamentals.
✔ Class & Object
✔ Function Models
✔ Array of Objects
✔ Static Members
✔ Constructors, Parameterized Constructors, Constructor Overloading
✔ Method Overloading
✔ Access Specifiers & Access Modifiers.
✔ Design of Accessor and Mutator Methods.
✔ Types of Inheritance
✔ Method Overriding,
✔ Super keyword
✔ Abstract Class
✔ Objects Cloning
✔ Singleton class
✔ String Handling
✔ Organizing Classes and Interfaces in Packages
✔ Introduction to all pre-defined Packages
✔ Defining Package
✔ Making JAR Files for Library Packages
✔ Import and Static Import
✔ Exceptions & Errors
✔ Types of Exception
✔ Control Flow In Exceptions
✔ Use of try, catch, finally, throw, throws in Exception Handling
✔ In-built and User-Defined Exceptions
✔ Checked and Un-Checked Exceptions
✔ Member Inner Class
✔ Static Inner Class
✔ Local Inner Class
✔ Anonymous Inner Class
✔ Understanding Threads,
✔ Needs of Multi-threaded Programming
✔ Thread Life-Cycle
✔ Multiple Threads in a program
✔ Thread Priorities
✔ Synchronizing Threads
✔ Streams and the new I/O Capabilities
✔ Understanding Streams
✔ The Classes for Input and Output
✔ The Standard Streams
✔ Working with File Object
✔ File I/O Basics
✔ Reading and Writing to Files
✔ Serialization & Deserialization
✔ Introduction to Collection Framework
✔ Date & Time
✔ Utility Methods for Arrays
✔ List interface & its classes
✔ Set interface & its classes
✔ Map interface & its classes
✔ Iterator & ListIterator & Enumeration Interfaces
✔ Using Scanner
✔ Properties class
✔ Calendar class
✔ What is JDBC?
✔ What is Driver? and what Types of drivers?
✔ Basic commands of MySQL(DDL, DML, DRL)
✔ How to load Driver class.
✔ How to establish Connection b/w Java & Database s/w.
✔ How to get Statment or PrepareStatement or CallableStatement Objects and its role.
✔ How to perform INSERT, DELETE, and UPDATE operations from JDBC in JAVA.
✔ HOW to perform SELECT Operations from JDBC in JAVA.
✔ How to execute PL/SQL functions & Procedures from JDBC in JAVA.
✔ How to perform DATE INSERTION from JDBC in JAVA.
✔ How to perform DATE SELECT from JDBC in JAVA.
✔ DatabaseMetaData and ResultSetMetaData Interfaces
✔ What is CGI& its Drawbacks?
✔ What is SERVLET?
✔ How many to develop Servlet?
✔ Servlet Life Cycle.
✔ What is URL-Pattern? Types of URL Patterns.
✔ web.xml importance and its tags.
✔ How to develop form pages with Html.
✔ Integration of Form pages & Servlet.
✔ How to read the form pages information from servlet.
✔ Integration of Form pages, Servlet & JDBC Application.
✔ Information about ServletConfig &
✔ Servlet Chaining(Forward &Include operations).
✔ SendRedirect concept.
✔ Session Tracking.
✔ What is Attribute & types of Attributes?
✔ Drawbacks of servlet
✔ JSP phases
✔ JSP life cycle
✔ JSP tags
✔ i. Scripting tags. (Declaration tags, Expression tags, Scriptlets)
✔ ii. Directive tags (Include, Page, Taglib)
✔ iii. Action tags. (include, forward, useBean, setProperty, getProperty, params, plugin)
✔ iv. Custom tags
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JAVA Training FAQ'S
J-ava is a high-level, object-oriented, robust, secure programming language, platform-independent, high-performance, Multithreaded, and portable programming language. It was developed by James Gosling in June 1991. It can also be known as the platform as it provides its own JRE and API.
There are the following features in J-ava Programming Language.
- Simple: J-ava is easy to learn. The syntax of J-ava is based on C++ which makes it easier to write the program in it.
- Object-Oriented: Java follows the object-oriented paradigm which allows us to maintain our code as a combination of different types of objects that incorporates both data and behavior.
- Portable: J-ava supports the read-once-write-anywhere approach. We can execute the Java program on every machine. J-ava program (.java) is converted to bytecode (.class) which can be easily run on every machine.
- Platform Independent: J-ava is a platform-independent programming language. It is different from other programming languages like C and C++ which needs a platform to be executed. Java comes with a platform on which its code is executed. J-ava doesn’t depend upon the operating system to be executed.
- Secured: J-ava is secured because it doesn’t use explicit pointers. J-ava also provides the concept of ByteCode and Exception handling which makes it more secure.
- Robust: J-ava is a strong programming language as it uses strong memory management. The concepts like Automatic garbage collection, Exception handling, etc. make it more robust.
- Architecture Neutral: Java is architectural neutral as it is not dependent on the architecture. In C, the size of data types may vary according to the architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) which doesn’t exist in Java.
- Interpreted: Java uses the Just-in-time (JIT) interpreter along with the compiler for the program execution.
- High Performance: Java is faster than other traditional interpreted programming languages because Java bytecode is “close” to native code. It is still a little bit slower than a compiled language (e.g., C++).
- Multithreaded: We can write Java programs that deal with many tasks at once by defining multiple threads. The main advantage of multi-threading is that it doesn’t occupy memory for each thread. It shares a common memory area. Threads are important for multi-media, Web applications, etc.
- Distributed: Java is distributed because it facilitates users to create distributed applications in Java. RMI and EJB are used for creating distributed applications. This feature of J-ava makes us able to access files by calling the methods from any machine on the internet.
- Dynamic: J-ava is a dynamic language. It supports the dynamic loading of classes. It means classes are loaded on demand. It also supports functions from its native languages, i.e., C and C++.
J-ava Virtual Machine is a virtual machine that enables the computer to run the Java program. JVM acts like a run-time engine which calls the main method present in the Java code. JVM is the specification which must be implemented in the computer system. The Java code is compiled by JVM to be a Bytecode which is machine independent and close to the native code.
Simply-In-Time (JIT) compiler: It’s employed to raise performance. JIT shortens the compilation time by combining the compilation of portions of the bytecode with similar functionality. A translator from a Java virtual machine’s (JVM) instruction set to a particular CPU’s instruction set is referred to as a “compiler” in this context.
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