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Core Java Notes By Ratan Sir Pdf

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Core Java Notes By Ratan Sir Pdf

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Core Java Notes By Ratan Sir Pdf

About RATAN Course 

Batch Date: OCT 27th @ 7:00AM to 9:00AM

Faculty: Mr. Rathan

Duration: 1 month                     
   
Fee:  
Only Core Java: Rs 2000 /-
Basic Java Package (Core Java + Adv.Java + Oracle): RS 3000 /-
Complete Java Package   (Core Java + Adv.Java + Oracle Struts + Hibernate + Spring + Webserivices + Design Patterns + Java Real Time Tools,.....) (One year validity) Rs 5000 /-
Location : Madhapur, Hyderabad.
Venue :
DURGA SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS at MADHAPUR
Plot No : 58,
IInd Floor ,
Sai Nagar,
Madhapur, Hyderabad-500034.
Ph.No : 9505905786

Syllabus:
I. Introduction

1. Why Java
2. Paradigms
3. Diff b/w Java & Other (C,C++)
4. Java history
5. Java features
6. Java programming format
7. Java Tokens
8. Java Statements
9. Java Data Types
10. Typecasting
11. Arrays
II. OOPS
1. Introduction
2. Class
3. Object
4. Static Keywords
5. Constructors
6. This Key Word
7. Inheritance
8. Super Key Word
9. Polymorphism (Over Loading & Over Riding)
10. Abstraction
11. Encapsulation
12. Abstract Classes
13. Interfaces
III. STRING MANIPULATIONS
1. String
2. String Buffer
3. String Tokenizer
IV. PACKAGES
1. Introduction to all predefined packages
2. User Defined Packages
3. Access Specifiers
V. EXCEPTION HANDLING
1. Introduction
2. Pre Defined Exceptions
3. Try-Catch-Finally
4. Throws, throw
5. User Defined Exception examples
VI. MULTITHREADING
1. Thread Creations
2. Thread Life Cycle
3. Life Cycle Methods
4. Synchronization
5. Wait() notify() notify all() methods
VII. I/O STREAMS
1. Introduction
2. Byte-oriented streams
3. Character – oriented streams
4. File
5. Random-access file
6. Serialization
VIII. NETWORKING
1. Introduction
2. Socket, Server socket
3. Client –Server Communication
IX. WRAPPERCLASSES
1. Introduction
2. Byte, Short, Integer, Long, Float, Double, Character, Boolean classes.
X. COLLECTION FRAME WORK
1. Introduction
2. Util Package interfaces, List, Set, Map
3. List interface 7 its classes
4. Set interface & its classes
5. Map interface & its classes
XI.INNER CLASSES
1. Introduction
2. Member inner class
3. Static inner class
4. Local inner class
5. Anonymous inner class
XII. AWT
1. Introduction
2. Components
3. Event-Delegation-Model
4. Listeners
5. Layouts
6. Individual components Lable, Button, CheckBox, Radio Button.
7. Choice, List, Menu, Text Field, Text Area
XV. SWING(JFC)

1. Introduction Diff b/w awt and swing
2. Components hierarchy
3. Panes
4. Individual Swings components Jlabel
5. JButton, JTextField, JTextAres.


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  2. Thank you,so thank of this tutorial! Hope you have more the lession like this!AWS Training
    Thank agains!

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  3. i want to know that where ratan sir teaches now?

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  4. PDF is super except spelling mistakes.

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  5. Thank you so much. What you done is really helpful.

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  6. abstract class Parent
    {


    abstract void m1();

    abstract void m2();
    abstract void m3();
    void m4()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m4 parent");

    }


    }
    abstract class middle extends Parent
    {
    void m2()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m2 in middle");

    }
    }

    class Child extends middle

    {
    void m1()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m1");

    }
    void m2()
    {

    System.out.println("methpd m2");

    }

    void m3()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m3");

    }

    void m4()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m4 child");

    }



    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
    Parent t1= new Child();
    middle c=(middle)t1;
    c.m2();
    t1.m1();
    t1.m2();
    t1.m3();
    t1.m4();
    }
    }
    please explain how to call m2() method in middle class

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  7. abstract class Parent
    {


    abstract void m1();

    abstract void m2();
    abstract void m3();
    void m4()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m4 parent");

    }


    }
    abstract class middle extends Parent
    {
    void m2()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m2 in middle");

    }
    }

    class Child extends middle

    {
    void m1()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m1");

    }
    void m2()
    {

    System.out.println("methpd m2");

    }

    void m3()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m3");

    }

    void m4()
    {
    System.out.println("methpd m4 child");

    }



    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
    Parent t1= new Child();
    middle c=(middle)t1;
    c.m2();
    t1.m1();
    t1.m2();
    t1.m3();
    t1.m4();
    }
    }

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  8. Can i have ratan sir java lecture?

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  9. you have to use 'super' keyword to call your parent class methods explicitly when they are participating in overriding concept:

    Just i am re-writing your Child class void m2() method

    void m2()
    {
    super.m2();
    System.out.println("methpd m2");
    }

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  10. link is blocked.please send core java by ratan on anantvsjnp@gmail.com

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