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XML Notes by Swamy Naidu/ Swami Naidu Naresh Technologies Pdf


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About Ramireddy Course 


RamiReddy sir is a Oracle Certified Professional and OCJP(SCJP) trainer. He is a good faculty in java for the beginners. He gives more example programs on core java to understand core java in depth.Before going to the Class notes he has given some interview tips and how to improve communication skills with real time java interview questions. His java class will start with basics and anyone can understand easily.


Batch Date: Feb 10th @ 7:00AM to 9:00AM

Faculty: Mr. Rami Reddy

Duration: 2 Months

Fee: 

Only Core Java: Rs 1000 /-

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 : Maitrivanam(Hyd), Hyderabad.

Venue :

DURGA SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS at Maitrivanam
Plot No : 202,
IInd Floor ,
HUDA Maitrivanam,
Ameerpet, Hyderabad-500038.
Ph.No : 09246212143,8096969696

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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