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Java
The Way Java Work
IDE
• NetBeans
IDE ( continue )
• Eclipse
Java Hello World ! 
Data Type
• Java is a strongly typed language. This means
that every variable must have a declared type.
There are eight p...
Data Type ( continue )
• Floating Numbers are :
The floating-point types denote numbers
with fractional parts. The two flo...
Data Type ( continue )
• The char Type :
Initializing Variables
• Java Case Sensitive .
• How To Rename Variables ..
• java Conventions .
• Increment and Decrement...
Built In Method !
• String Method …
• Math Method …
• Every Internal Method help you to make your
task quickly :D
Input / Output
• Reading Input ( Scanner ) .
Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in);
System.out.print("What is your name? ");...
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Java Introduction Workshop Day 2

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this is an introduction to java . This is an Workshop at the Second day .. HOpe enjoying =)

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Java Introduction Workshop Day 2

  1. 1. Powered by : Osama saad Java
  2. 2. The Way Java Work
  3. 3. IDE • NetBeans
  4. 4. IDE ( continue ) • Eclipse
  5. 5. Java Hello World ! 
  6. 6. Data Type • Java is a strongly typed language. This means that every variable must have a declared type. There are eight primitive types in Java. Four of them are integer types; two are floating-point number types .. Integers are :
  7. 7. Data Type ( continue ) • Floating Numbers are : The floating-point types denote numbers with fractional parts. The two floating- point are :
  8. 8. Data Type ( continue ) • The char Type :
  9. 9. Initializing Variables • Java Case Sensitive . • How To Rename Variables .. • java Conventions . • Increment and Decrement Operators . • Relational and boolean Operators . ( == , != , && , || ) • Concatenation .
  10. 10. Built In Method ! • String Method … • Math Method … • Every Internal Method help you to make your task quickly :D
  11. 11. Input / Output • Reading Input ( Scanner ) . Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); System.out.print("What is your name? "); String name = in.nextLine(); • Output .. “ System.out.pritnln();

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