Advanced JAVA quick revision PDF notes, book, eBook for BTech CSE/IT Engineering - Free Download

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Hello BTech Computer Science & IT Engineering students, I am sharing the Advanced JAVA PDF class lecture notes, eBook, book as per the BTech CSE/IT Engineering course syllabus. These quick revision and summarized notes, eBook on Advanced JAVA will help you score more marks and help study in less time for your CSE/IT Engg. semester exams.

Key topics covered in Advanced JAVA quick revision PDF class notes, book, eBook for BTech Computer Science / IT Engineering:

  • Overview of Java - Brief history of Java, Java and the web, Java architecture, Basics of a typical Java environment, Java applicationsvs. Java applets, Java Development Kit (JDK) Java and other High level Languages: Comparison of Java with other high level languages, Importance and limitations of Java.
  • Object-oriented Programming - Classes and objects, class variables and methods, writing classes, subclasses, files Object-Oriented concepts in Java: Classes in Java, Encapsulation, Polymorphism, Constructors, Garbage collection.
  • Java Programming Design - Java's built-in data types, Java's inner classes, Operators. Flow-Control Statements Conditional statements, Loop statements, Flow-breaking statements.
  • Reusing Classes - Composition syntax, Inheritance syntax, Combining Composition and inheritance, Protected, Incremental development, Initializing and class loading.
  • Introduction to objects - The progress of abstraction, Inheritance: reusing the interface, Interchangeable objects with polymorphism, Multithreading, Persistence.
  • Exception Handling And Threading In Java - Why use exception handling, Hierarchy of exception classes, Exception handling constructs, Methods available to exceptions, Creating own exception classes Threading: Creating and running a thread, Threadcontrol methods, Thread life cycle, Thread groups, Thread synchronization, Inter-thread communications, Priorities and scheduling, thread local variables, Daemon threads.
  • Event Handling - Ignoring the event, Handling the component in the originating component, Delegating the event Java's Event Types: Adjustment events, Ancestor events, Component events, Container events, Focus events, Input method events, Internal frame events, Item events, Key events, menu events, Mouse events, Paint events, Pop-up menu events, Text events, Window events. Windows Toolkit Java abstract windowing toolkit, Networking, Modifiers, Packages and interfaces.
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