Interactive Object Oriented Programming in Java: Learn and Test Your Skills

  • 1h 50m
  • Vaskaran Sarcar
  • Apress
  • 2016

Discover object oriented programming with Java in this unique tutorial. This book uses Java and Eclipse to write and generate output for examples in topics such as classes, interfaces, overloading, and overriding. Interactive Object Oriented Programming in Java uniquely presents its material in a dialogue with the reader to encourage thinking and experimentation.

Later chapters cover further Java programming concepts, such as abstract classes, packages, and exception handling. At each stage you’ll be challenged by the author to help you absorb the information and become a proficient Java programmer. Additionally, each chapter contains simple assignments to encourage you and boost your confidence level.

What You Will Learn

  • Become proficient in object oriented programming
  • Test your skills in the basics of Java
  • Develop as a Java programmer
  • Use the Eclipse IDE to write your code

Who This Book Is For

Software developers and software testers.

About the Author

Vaskaran Sarcar (ME (Software Engineering), MCA, B Sc. (Math)) is a Senior Software Engineer and Team Lead at HP India PPS R&D Hub Bangalore. He is the author of the books Java Design Patterns, Design Patterns in C#, Operating System: Computer Science Interview Series and C# Basics. He has more than 10 years of teaching and Industry experience. He is also national Gate scholar(2005-2007). Reading and learning new things are his passion.

In this Book

  • Test Your Skill in Language Fundamentals
  • Class
  • Inheritance
  • Overloading
  • Overriding
  • Abstract Class
  • Interface
  • Package
  • OOPs Concepts Revisited
  • Use of Static Keyword
  • Exceptions
  • An Introduction to Design Patterns


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