Problem Solving and Computing (CSC-103 98S)

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Outline of Class 7: Introduction to Java

Held: Tuesday, February 10, 1998

Administrivia


Models of Programming

As we've discussed in an earlier class, there are many models of programming (i.e., describing algorithms). Java (the language we'll be using this semester) works with two such models: object-oriented programming and imperative (also known as procedural) programming.

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

Introduction to Imperative Programming

Introduction to Java


On to Variables and Subroutines
Back to Even More Problem Solving
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