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Tutorial series: Java for C programmers Free Stuff

The following series of 16 exercises was written by Davin Pearson under the supervision of Neville Churcher. The purpose of these exercises is to teach the Java language to students who have a background in the C language and UML constructs. Exercises 7 and 10 were adapted from material originally written by, respectively, Neville Churcher and Andy Cockburn of the University of Canterbury Department of Computer Science.


A set of fully worked answers to the exercises is available here.


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Exercises

1. Java for C programmers.
q1.pdf
2. Methods, properties and constructors
q2.pdf and PersonTest.java
3. Parameters and return values
q3.pdf and CitizenTest.java
4. References in more detail
q4.pdf and DogTest.java
5. Public versus private
q5.pdf, SavingsAccount.html and SavingsAccountManager.java
6. Static versus non-static
q6.pdf, CartoonTest.java and CartoonCharacter.java
7. Conditional constructs
q7.pdf, Iffy.java
8. Looping constructs
q8.pdf, LoopTest.java
9. Arrays
q9.pdf, ArrayTest.java, ArrayPrint.html, ArrayPrint.class and ArrayTest2.java
10. Exceptions
q10.pdf, Student.java and BadRandom.class
11. Inheritance
q11.pdf, AnimalTest.java and StarWars.java
12. Run-time type information
q12.pdf and ShapeTest.java
13. Polymorphism
q13.pdf
14. Interfaces
q14.pdf and InterTest.java
15. Introduction to Packages
q15.pdf, A.java, B.java, C.java and D.java.
16. Advanced Packages
q16.pdf, X.java, Test.java, List.java, Node.java, IsNodeObject.java, IntegrityException.java and ListTest.java
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| Science Fiction | Faster Compilation | Theory of Morality | Elisp Scoping | Elisp Advice |
| S.O.G.M. Pattern | Safe Properties | School Bullying | Charisma Control | Life and Death |
| Splitting Java | Multiple Ctors | Religious Beliefs | Conversation 1 | Conversation 2 |
| J.T.W. Language | Emacs Additions II | Build Counter | Relation Plotter | Lisp++ Language |
| Memory Leaks II | Super Constructors | CRUD Implementation | Order a Website Form | There Is An Afterlife |
| More Occam's Razor | C to Java Translator | Theory of Morality II
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