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Fundamentals of object-oriented programming, classes, subclasses, inheritance, references, overloading, event-driven and concurrent programming, using modern application programming interface. The language Java will be used.
3 lecture hours, 1 lab hours
Prerequisite: CP164 (or CP114)
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|Lab L1||M||-||BA113||Mr. David Brown|
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To learn how to create and use data structures in computer programs.
To gain an understanding of algorithm design and analysis.
To get an introduction to software engineering concepts.
Absolute Java 6th Ed. by Walter Savitch
This is an electronic textbook, available to you through MyLearningSpace on the first day of classes.
This textbook is free for you to use for the first two weeks of the course (until the Add/Drop Date). You will be sent multiple communications about how the digital program works including information on how to Opt Out of the program by the deadline. If you opt out of the program on or before the opt out deadline, you are not billed for the textbook. If you remain opted in, your Loris Student Account is billed just after the opt out deadline and you are required to pay for the textbook once you are invoiced.
There is an e-reader platform which you download (link is on MyLS) and this allows you to access the textbook anywhere, anytime on up to 4 devices and not be dependent on a wi-fi connection. The e-reader platform has a wide range of functionality (notes, shared notes, group notes, highlighting, search capability, text to speech, to name a few).
A ZyBook is an on-line alternative to a traditional textbook. It contains animations, interactive learning questions, and more.
A subscription is $58 and lasts until May 13, 2019.
Completing the interactive questions in the ZyBook is worth 10% of your course grade.
The PCs in the public labs can be used by you for your assignments. We use the Java programming language and the Eclipse IDE (Integrated Development Environment). We provide instructions for downloading and installing them in the Resources section of this page.
You are responsible for storing all your assignment and lab work on your own memory sticks, Laurier OneDrive storage, or other media. We strongly suggest that you keep at least two copies of your work at all times, for memory sticks can fail, or be lost.
Centre for Student Success (writing centre, math centre, academic advising, study skills/supplemental instruction, accessible learning)
Students must pass the final exam in order to pass the course.
Note: this schedule is subject to change.
Friday, 11:30 am
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|9||7: Layouts and Listeners||3:|
|10||8: Dialogs and Menus|
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