This subject covers problem-solving, computer program design, implementation and evaluation in Java. Students learn to develop object-oriented applications consisting of a number of classes. The object-oriented approach is compared with other programming paradigms. The subject covers class design, file manipulation, Graphical User Interface components, and the use of inheritance and aggregation techniques.
School of Computing and Mathematics
Available to postgraduate students only. Not available to students who have completed ITC140, ITC206 or ITC421.
Background knowledge similar to ITC558 Programming Principles
ITC140, ITC206, ITC421
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