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CSCI 1103 Intro to Java - Basic Operations

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CSCI 1103 Intro to Java - Basic Operations CSCI 1103

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These notes are for Introduction to Programming in Java, and introduces the basic operations needed to program in Java.
Introduction to Java
James Parker
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Date Created: 10/02/16
Introduction to Programming in Java Basic Operations Chapter 2.1 – 2.3 1. Method: must always have “( )” in Java even if there is no argument a. This is a way to differentiates between methods/objects 2. Output a. System.out.println() b. Put words in “qutotations” in the parenthesis and it will show on the screen  Must create a new 3. Netbeans project for every code a. New code = new project you create in NetBeans b. Name file same as class inside it  Must only have 1 4. Main () Main() in code a. Where program will always start; this is step 1 b. Cannot have multiple main() methods in the same project 5. Output  These are ways to a. System.out.println()  this goes down a line display things on the b. System.out.print() screen  c. System.out.printf()  more advanced println() d. Use “\n” to go down a line 6. Comments a. // denotes a single line that is commented b. /* is the beginning of a comment and end of it is */ c. These will not show up within your line of code  Put a semi-colon after 7. Java Facts every “step” a. “White space” is ignored (needs semi-colon) b. { } denotes block of code that belongs to a method or class c. Ctrl + space is used a lot in NetBeans 8. Type of Errors a. Syntax Error: code will not compile i. Ex: System.out.printltn(“hi”);  printltn does not exist b. Runtime Error: code crashes after starting c. Logic Error: code runs but doesn’t return correct answer The main code to be used is “System.out.println();”. There’s different variations of this code. The Main() is the subject of the program but must only have 1 in a code. Comments are not seen and can be added by “*/” There are 3 types of errors that will prevent your code from working: Syntax, Runtime, and Logic Error.


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