Tutorial Java – #6 Classes and objects

Classes represent the basic principles of object-oriented programming. Classes are abstract concepts, stories, blueprints, describing: characteristics, attributes of an object; these represent what the object knows, what it is; object methods; these represent what the object knows to do, its behavior; Based on classes, the programmer can define something concrete, objects. Thus, by instantiating the […]

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Tutorial Java 6 – #5 Flow control statements

In this post we can see how to implement in Java, the basic flow control structures / statements: decision-making structures: if – then, if – then – else, switch; structures for loop blocks: do-while, while – do, enhanced – for; loop control instructions: break, continue; Using control structures we can write programs for which the […]

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Tutorial Java 6 – #4.3 Matrixes and Multidimensional Arrays

In this post we will see what are and how to define multidimensional arrays. The most common multidimensional array is the matrix – a two dimension array. Despite the fact in our mind a two-dimension array is like a table, a matrix is in Java an array of arrays, like in this image (a two-dimension […]

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Tutorial Java 6 – #4 Arrays

In this topic we will see how we define and process arrays data structures in Java. An array is a particular form of Java object that is used to store a homogeneous list of elements (each element of the vector has the same type as vector type – the base type). The number of elements […]

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Tutorial Java 6 – #2.1 How to write or generate JavaDoc comments

In software programming it is important to document the source code, because: you will have a clear picture of complex Java projects with many classes or modules; you will be able, later, to understand what was done so that you can modify, add or delete it. For Java applications, documentation is usually supplied in HTML […]

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Tutorial Java 6 – #2.2 How to generate JavaDoc in Eclipse or NetBeans

Java source code documentation is represented by JavaDoc projects, which are a collection of HTML pages describing the classes and methods in the code. To generate Javadoc documentation you need a tool from the JDK, javadoc.exe , and comments in the source code written according to strict rules (  ). Because it is more efficient to […]

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Tutorial Java – Contents

This Java tutorial covers all important Java 6 and 7 topics and allows a new programmer to learn the concepts, the know-how and the syntax elements of Java programming language. Also the tutorial highlights important topics for the SCJP certification exam.

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Tutorial Java 6 – #2 Basic concepts

In this post we will see what are the basic rules, the components and the structure of Java programs. Based on what we have learned in Tutorial Java – #1 Prerequisites, it is supposed that you know that:

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