Java Level I - Core Java
Java is an object-oriented programming language (OOP) for Web browsers. It is organized around data rather than actions. Java is used for both server and client processing. Java was released in 1995 by Sun Micro Systems. Java is very similar to the popular C++ programming language. They both are object-oriented programming, using similar syntax and general forms for commands. However, Java is more secure since it doesn’t support pointers, which hold the address of other variables. It emerged with more self-contained variables.
Today, Java is in use by 5 million software developers and operates in 2.5 billion devices including PCs, mobile phones, smart cards, web cams, games, market simulators, and car navigation devices, just to name a few.
Unit 2: Java Language Fundamental
Unit 3: Oops Concepts
Unit 4: Exception Handling
Unit 5: Multi-Threading
Unit 6: File Handling (I/O Streams)
Unit 7: Collection Framework
Unit 8: Applet and Swing
Unit 9: Event Handling
Unit 10: JDBC (Java Database Connectivity)