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Master Java Programming: Enumerated types, interfaces and scope

Huw Collingbourne, Bitwise Courses

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9 Lessons (43m)
    • 1. Enums

    • 2. Enums and static constants

    • 3. The Enum class

    • 4. Debugging code

    • 5. Interfaces

    • 6. Create a custom interface

    • 7. Scope

    • 8. Local variables

    • 9. Access modifiers


About This Class

You can clarify your code by creating lists of named constants – for example, Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs and Spades in a gambling program. Here I explain how to do that using enums. You will also learn more about Java types and code ‘visibility’.

If you are completely new to Java, you will need to get Java and NetBeans installed first. Please follow my ‘Getting Started’ class before following this class.

Master Java Programming: Getting Started

For a quick guide on writing and compiling Java programs, see my ‘First Steps In Java’ class.





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Huw Collingbourne

Bitwise Courses

Huw Collingbourne is the founder of Bitwise Courses, a company specialising in online instruction. He has worked in all areas of conventional and multimedia publishing including writing, editing and broadcasting. A programmer with over 30 years experience, Huw is technology director at SapphireSteel Software, developers of software tools for Microsoft Visual Studio. He is author of The Book Of Ruby from No Starch Press.

For over ten years he wrote the Delphi, C# and Java programming co...

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