Java Programming Fundamentals Awareness (Entry Level)

  • 12m
  • 12 questions
The Java Programming Fundamentals Awareness benchmark measures your knowledge of the roles of the JDK, JRE, and JVM in Java development, as well as how to install Java on multiple platforms and how Java achieves platform independence. You will be evaluated on your ability to recall the primitive types available in Java and define variables of these types. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to understand the basics and language features of Java and can define variables of primitive data types.

Topics covered

  • create and use variables of the primitive data types - byte, boolean, short, int, long, float, double, and char
  • customize IntelliJ to incorporate your individual preferences
  • identify differences between primitive and object types in Java
  • install Java on a Unix or Mac system
  • install Java on a Windows-based system
  • install the Eclipse IDE on a Windows-based system
  • install the IntelliJ IDE on a Mac-based system
  • install the IntelliJ IDE on a Windows-based system
  • list the reasons for Java’s popularity
  • use IntelliJ to examine the contents of .class files of compiled bytecode
  • utilize both single-line as well as multi-line comments in Java
  • work with variables of double, char, and String types in Java