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Georgia Institute of Technology

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Java III: Exceptions, Data Structures, Recursion, and GUIs

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Overview

This course provides students with the knowledge to handle and even create exceptions to achieve graceful error handling in programs. They will also create and utilize data structures, including lists and files. Students will also learn about recursion and how it can be a useful approach to repetition in a program. Finally, students will learn how to develop basic graphical user interfaces (GUIs) using JavaFX.

Syllabus

  • Creating and handling exceptions
  • Reading and writing files, including delimited files
  • Using ArrayLists
  • Using LinkedLists
  • Programming with generics
  • Recursion and the call Stack
  • Developing graphical user interfaces (GUIS) with JavaFX
  • Basics of anonymous inner classes and lambda expressions

Taught by

Olufisayo Omojokun

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