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  • Cis 280 intro

    1. 1. I • Introduction to OOP Concepts II • Writing Code Outside IDE’sIII • Java EnumerationsIV • Java Packages V • ExceptionsVI • Compiling Packages and Creating JARsVII • Software Project Management / ScrumVIII • Project Grouping Structure
    2. 2.  Modularity  Information Hiding Code Re-Use  Pluggability and Debugging Ease
    3. 3. public class Day{ public static final int SUNDAY =1 public static final int MONDAY =2 public static final int TUESDAY =3 public static final int WEDNESDAY = 4 public static final int THURSDAY =5 public static final int FRIDAY =6 public static final int SATURDAY =7} Compiler cannot check run- time errors
    4. 4. method1 { try { call method2; } catch (exception e) { doErrorProcessing; }}method2 throwsexception { call method3;}
    5. 5. AUA – College of EngineeringApr.16, Spring 2011

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