Introduction to Java programming
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"The two-part "Introduction to Java programming"
tutorial is intended to get software developers who are new to Java
technology up and running with object-oriented programming (OOP)
and real-world application development using the Java language and
"This first part is a step-by-step introduction to OOP using the
Java language. The tutorial begins with an overview of the Java
platform and language and is followed by instructions for setting
up a development environment consisting of a Java Development Kit
(JDK) and the Eclipse IDE. Once you have been introduced to your
development environment's components, you will begin learning basic
Java syntax hands-on.
"Part 2 covers more-advanced language features, including
regular expressions, generics, I/O, and serialization. Programming
examples in Part 2 build on the Person object that you begin
developing in Part 1."
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