CONTENTSChapter1. Fundamentals of Java Programming   1.1 Features of Java   1.2 Introduction to Java  1.2.1 What is Java  ...
2.1.5 Increment and Decrement Operators  2.1.6 Bitwise Operators  2.1.7 Conditional Operators  2.1.8 Special Operators  2....
5.1.1 Deriving a Subclass   5.2 Overriding Methods   5.3 Using super Keyword   5.4 Abstract Class.6. Wrapper classes for p...
10.3 JSlider   10.4 JList   10.5 JFrame   10.6 JPanel.11. Event Handling    11.1 Mouse Event Handling   11.2 Adapter Class...
14.5.2 Extending an Interface – 14.5.3 Implementing Interfaces.15. Exception Handling    15.1 Exception Handling    15.1.1...
19. Introduction to API Packages & JDBC Connectivity    19.1 Introduction to API Packages   19.1.1 java.lang Package   19....
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  1. 1. CONTENTSChapter1. Fundamentals of Java Programming 1.1 Features of Java 1.2 Introduction to Java 1.2.1 What is Java 1.2.2 Types of Java Programs 1.3 Difference between Application and Applets 1.4 Creating and Executing Java Program 1.5 Java Tokens 1.5.1 Keywords 1.5.2 Identifiers 1.5.3 Literals 1.5.3.1 Integer Literals 1.5.3.2 Floating -point Literals 1.5.3.3 Character Literals 1.5.3.4 Boolean Literals 1.5.3.5 String Literals 1.5.4 Operators 1.5.5 Separators 1.6 Comments in a Java Program 1.7 Data Types 1.8 Variables 1.9 Arrays 1.9.1 One-dimensional Arrays 1.9.2 Two-dimensional Arrays2. Operators and Control Statements 2.1 Operators 2.1.1 Arithmetic Operators 2.1.2 Relational Operators 2.1.3 Logical Operators 2.1.4 Assignment Operators
  2. 2. 2.1.5 Increment and Decrement Operators 2.1.6 Bitwise Operators 2.1.7 Conditional Operators 2.1.8 Special Operators 2.2 Control Statements 2.2.1 Decision-Making Statements 2.2.1.1 Simple if Statement 2.2.1.2 if…else Statement 2.2.1.3 nested if Statement 2.2.1.4 switch Statement 2.3 Looping Statement 2.3.1 while Loop 2.3.2 do…while Loop 2.3.3 for Loop 2.4 Jump Statement 2.4.1 Break Statement 2.4.2 Continue Statement3. Input and Output Statements 3.1 Input Statements 3.1.1 Scanner Class 3.2 System Class 3.2.1 Output Statement4. Classes and Objects 4.1 Class 4.1.1 Defining Methods 4.1.2 Creating Objects 4.1.3 Accessing Class Members 4.2 Constructor 4.2.1 Default Constructor 4.2.2 Parameterized Constructor 4.3 Method Overloading 4.4 Access Control 4.5 Static and Fixed Methods 4.6 String Class 4.7 StringBuffer Class.5. Inheritance 5.1 Inheritance
  3. 3. 5.1.1 Deriving a Subclass 5.2 Overriding Methods 5.3 Using super Keyword 5.4 Abstract Class.6. Wrapper classes for primitive types and Autoboxing and Auto-Unboxing 6.1 Type -Wrapper Classes for Primitive Types 6.2 Autoboxing and Auto-Unboxing 6.3 Recursion.7. Abstract Windowing Toolkit – I 7.1 Working with Windows using AWT Controls 7.2 Label 7.3 Button 7.4 CheckBox 7.5 Choice8. Abstract Windowing Toolkit – II 8.1 Text Components 8.1.1 TextFields 8.1.2 TextAreas 8.2 Lists 8.3 Scrollbars.9. Swing Components – I 9.1 GUI Components 9.2 Common GUI Event Types and Listener Interfaces 9.3 JOptionPane 9.4 JLabel 9.5 JTextComponents 9.5.1 JTextField 9.5.2 JTextArea 9.6 JButton.10. Swing Components – II 10.1 JCheckBox 10.2 JComboBox
  4. 4. 10.3 JSlider 10.4 JList 10.5 JFrame 10.6 JPanel.11. Event Handling 11.1 Mouse Event Handling 11.2 Adapter Classes 11.3 Key Event – Handling.12. Layout Managers 12.1 Layout Managers 12.1.1 FlowLayout 12.1.2 BorderLayout 12.1.3 GridLayout13. Graphics and Java2D 13.1 Graphics and Java2D 13.1.1 Graphics Contexts and Graphic Objects 13.2 Color Control 13.3 Font Control 13.4 Graphics Class 13.4.1 Drawing Lines, Rectangles, Ovals 13.4.1.1 Drawing Lines 13.4.1.2 Drawing Rectangles 13.4.1.3 Drawing Ovals 13.5 Using Menus with JFrames.14. Packages and Interfaces 14.1 Packages 14.1.1 Creating Packages 14.1.2 Hierarchy of Packages 14.2 Classpath 14.3 Importing Packages 14.4 Creating our own Packages 14.5 Interface 14.5.1 Defining an Interfaces
  5. 5. 14.5.2 Extending an Interface – 14.5.3 Implementing Interfaces.15. Exception Handling 15.1 Exception Handling 15.1.1 Exception Handling Mechanism 15.1.2 Classification of Exception 15.1.3 Built in Exception 15.1.4 Using try and catch block 15.1.5 Catching an exception 15.1.6 Multiple catch Clauses 15.1.7 Throw Statement 15.1.8 Throws Clause 15.1.9 Finally block.16. Multithreading 16.1 Thread 16.2 Life Cycle of a Thread 16.3 Creating a Thread 16.3.1 Extending the Class Thread 16.3.2 Implementing Runnable Interface 16.4 Synchronization 16.5 Inter-thread communication 16.6 Deadlock.17. I/O Stream 17.1 I/O Stream 17.1.1 ByteStream classes 17.1.2 Character Stream classes 17.2 File Stream.18. Applet 18.1 Applet 18.1.1 Creating and Executing an Applet 18.1.2 Understanding the Program 18.2 HTML Tags 18.3 Life Cycle of an Applet 18.4 Applet Tags in HTML.
  6. 6. 19. Introduction to API Packages & JDBC Connectivity 19.1 Introduction to API Packages 19.1.1 java.lang Package 19.1.2 java.util Package 19.2 JDBC Connectivity.20. Networking 20.1 Network Basics 20.2 Proxy Servers 20.3 Uniform Resource Locator (URL) 20.4 Socket Programming 20.4.1 Establishing a simple server with stream socket 20.4.2 Establishing a simple client with stream socket 20.5 Datagram 20.5.1 Establishing a simple server using datagram socket 20.5.2 Establishing a simple client using datagram socket 20.6 InetAddress. APPENDIX A: Exercise
  7. 7. PrefaceHistory of Java

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