Basic data types, variables, expressions, assignments, control flow. Classes, objects, methods. Information hiding, public vs. private visibility, data abstraction and encapsulation. References. Arrays. Lectures: three hours per week. Tutorial: two hours per week. Laboratory: one hour per week.
MATH 204 or Cegep Mathematics 105 or NYC previously or concurrently. Introduction to programming.
Absolute JAVA Edition: 6th Edition Author: Walter Savitch
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