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Mala Gupta. A good read for all who want to deepen their Java knowledge, even if not preparing for the exam. Table of Contents detailed table of contents.
Introduction Disclaimer. Complete exam objectives, mapped to book chapters, and readiness checklist. The testing engine used in the exam. Java class design 1. Java access modifiers 1. Public access modifier.
Default access package access. Access modifiers and Java entities. Effects of changing access modifiers for existing entities.
Overloaded methods and constructors 1.
Argument list. Method overriding and virtual method invocation 1. Need of overridden methods. Correct syntax of overriding methods. Can you override all methods from the base class or invoke them virtually? Identifying method overriding, overloading, and hiding. Can you override base class constructors or invoke them virtually? Overriding methods of class Object 1.
Overriding method toString. Casting and the instanceof operator 1. Implicit and explicit casting. Using the instanceof operator. Packages 1. The need for packages. Defining classes in a package using the package statement. Using simple names with import statements.
Using packages without using the import statement. Importing a single member versus all members of a package. Importing classes from the default packag. Review notes 1. Java access modifiers. Overloaded methods and constructors.
Method overriding and virtual method invocation. Answers to sample exam questions. Advanced Class Design 2. Abstract classes and their application 2. Identify abstract classes. Construct abstract classes and subclasses. Understand the need for abstract classes.
Compare abstract classes and concrete classes. Static and final keywords 2. Static modifier. Enumerated types 2. Understanding the need for and creating an enum. Adding implicit code to an enum. Adding variables, constructors, and methods to your enum. Where can you define an enum? Static nested and inner classes 2. Advantages of inner classes.
Static nested class also called static inner class. Inner class also called member class. Disadvantages of inner classes. Review notes 2. Abstract classes. Object-oriented design principles 3. Interfaces 3. Understanding interfaces.
Class inheritance versus interface inheritance 3. Comparing class inheritance and interface inheritance. Preferring class inheritance over interface inheritance. Preferring interface inheritance over class inheritance. Identifying and implementing an IS-A relationship. Identifying and implementing a HAS-A relationship.
Cohesion and low coupling 3. Introduction to design patterns 3. What is a design pattern? Why do you need a design pattern? Singleton pattern 3. Why do you need this pattern? Implementing the Singleton pattern. Ensuring creation of only one object in the Singleton pattern. Comparing Singleton with global data. Factory pattern 3.
Simple Factory pattern or Static Factory pattern. Benefits of the Factory pattern. DAO pattern 3. What is the DAO pattern? Review notes 3. Class inheritance versus interface inheritance. Object composition principles.
Generics and Collections 4. Introducing generics: Need for introducing generics. Benefits and complexities of using generics. Creating generic entities 4. Creating a generic class. Working with generic interfaces. Refreshing the commonly used terms. Using type inference 4. Using type inference to instantiate a generic class.
Using type inference to invoke generic methods. Understanding interoperability of collections using raw types and generic types 4. Mixing reference variables and objects of raw and generic types. Introducing the collections framework: Working with the Collection interface 4.
The core Collection interface. Methods of the Collection interface. Creating and using List, Set, and Deque implementations 4. List interface and its implementations. Deque interface and its implementations. Set interface and its implementations. Map and its implementations 4.
Map interface. Using java. Comparator and java. Comparable 4. Comparable interface. Sorting and searching arrays and lists 4. Sorting arrays. Sorting List using Collections. Searching arrays and List using collections. Using wrapper classes 4. Class hierarchy of wrapper classes. Creating objects of the wrapper classes.
Retrieving primitive values from the wrapper classes. Parsing a string value to a primitive type. Difference between using method valueOf and constructors of wrapper classes.
Comparing objects of wrapper classes. Review notes 4. Creating generic entities. Understanding interoperability of collections using raw types and generic types. Working with the Collection interface. Creating and using List, Set, and Deque implementations. Map and its implementations.
Sorting and searching arrays and lists. String Processing 5. Regular expressions 5. What is a regular expression? Searching, parsing, and building strings 5. Searching strings. Parsing and tokenizing strings with Scanner and StringTokenizer. Formatting strings 5. Formatting classes. Review notes 5. Regular expressions.