Mike Meyers' Java 2 Certification Passport (Exam 310-025)

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Mike Meyers,the industry expert on professional certification,brings you this concise,affordable,and portable study tool for Java certification exam 310-025. With an intensive focus on only what you need to know to pass the test plus practice exam software on CD,this Certification Passport is your ticket to success on exam day.

From the #1 Name in Professional Certification Get on the road to becoming a Java 2 certified professional programmer with this concise,affordable,and ...

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Overview

Mike Meyers,the industry expert on professional certification,brings you this concise,affordable,and portable study tool for Java certification exam 310-025. With an intensive focus on only what you need to know to pass the test plus practice exam software on CD,this Certification Passport is your ticket to success on exam day.

From the #1 Name in Professional Certification Get on the road to becoming a Java 2 certified professional programmer with this concise,affordable,and portable study tool. Certification guru Mike Meyers and his selected trailblazers will guide you on your career path,providing expert tips and sound advice along the way. With an intensive focus on only what you need to know to pass the test,this Certification Passport is your ticket to success on exam day.

In Each Chapter:

  • Itinerary—List of official exam objectives covered
  • ETA—Amount of time needed to complete the lesson
  • Travel Advisories—Expert advice on critical topics
  • Local Lingos—Concise definitions of key terms and concepts
  • Travel Assistance—Recommended resources for more information
  • Exam Tips—Callouts of common exam pitfalls
  • Checkpoint—End-of-chapter review with questions and answers
  • Career Flight Path—Career options mapped out to maximize the return from your IT journey

Passport Practice Exam on CD powered by ExamWeb About the Series Editor: Mike Meyers is the best-selling author of three editions of the #1 A+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide and several other computer books. He is the president and founder of Total Seminars,LLC,a major provider of PC and network repair seminars for thousandsof organizations throughout the world and a member of CompTIA.

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Table of Contents

Check-In
I Basic Language Rules and OOP Concepts 1
1 Language Fundamentals 3
Objective 1.01 Identify Correctly Constructed Source Files and Declarations 4
Objective 1.02 State the Correspondence Between main () and Command-Line Arguments 30
Objective 1.03 State Effect of Using a Variable or Array Element When No Explicit Assignment Is Made 32
Objective 1.04 State the Range of Primitive Data Types and Declare Literal Values for String and Primitive Types 39
2 Declarations and Access Control 55
Objective 2.01 Write Code That Declares, Constructs, and Initializes Arrays 56
Objective 2.02 Declare Classes, Inner Classes, Methods, Instance Variables, Static Variables, and Automatic (Method Local) Variables
Objective 2.03 Determine if a Default Constructor Will Be Created 83
Objective 2.04 State the Legal Return Types 84
3 Overloading, Overriding, Runtime Type, and Object Orientation 91
Objective 3.01 State the Benefits of Encapsulation in Object-Oriented Design 92
Objective 3.02 Write Code to Invoke Overridden or Overloaded Methods and Parental or Overloaded Constructors
Objective 3.03 Write Code to Construct Instances of Any Concrete Class 108
4 Garbage Collection 119
Objective 4.01 Guaranteed Garbage Collector Behaviors 120
5 The java.lang Package 135
Objective 5.01 Write Code Using Methods of the java.lang.Math Class 137
Objective 5.02 Describe the Significance of the Immutability of String Objects
II Java in Practice 171
6 Operators and Assignments 173
Objective 6.01 Determine the Result of Applying Any Operator to Operands 174
Objective 6.02 The Operators &, |, &&, ||, and Variables of Known Values 191
Objective 6.03 Apply boolean equals (Object) to Objects of java.lang.String, java.lang.Boolean, and java.lang.Object 202
7 Flow Control 217
Objective 7.01 Write Code Using if and switch Statements and Identity Legal Argument Types 218
Objective 7.02 Write Code Using All Forms of Loops 223
Objective 7.03 Write Code That Makes Proper Use of Exceptions and Exception Handling Clauses 230
8 Threads 253
Objective 8.01 Instantiate and Start New Threads Using Both java.lang.Thread and java.lang.Runnable 254
Objective 8.02 Recognize Conditions That Might Prevent a Thread From Executing 260
Objective 8.03 Write Code Using synchronized, wait, notify, or notifyAll 266
III Using the Java API 289
9 AWT1: The User Interface 291
Objective 9.01 Write Code Using Components 294
Objective 9.02 Write Code Using Containers 307
Objective 9.03 Write Code Using the LayoutManager Classes of the java.awt Package 311
Objective 9.04 Present a GUI with Specified Appearance and Resize Behavior 321
10 AWT2: Making the Screen Work 341
Objective 10.01 State the Event Classname for Any Specified Event Listener Interface in the java.awt.event Package 342
Objective 10.02 Write Code to Implement Listener Classes and Methods 346
Objective 10.03 Determine the Affected Component, Mouse Position, Nature, and Time of Event 359
11 java.io Package 373
Objective 11.01 Navigate with the File Class 374
Objective 11.02 Use Stream Readers and Writers 383
Objective 11.03 Filter Input and Output Streams 392
Objective 11.04 Read and Update Files 399
Objective 11.05 Describe Permanent Effects on the File Systemfrom Using FileInputStream, FileOutput Stream, and RandomAccess File 408
12 The java.util Package 417
Object 12.01 Make Appropriate Selection of Collection Classes/Interfaces 419
App. A: About the CD-ROM 449
App. B Career Flight Path 451
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2002

    Full of Typos and inconsistencies

    I am taking this book back. I suggest you look elsewhere. The main text of the chapters seems descent enough, but the practice exams at the end of each chapter are full of typos. A few questions had 2 or 3 answers that were identical, yet only one was right. Also, in the answer section, it would list answers to questions that were not in that question. Seems to be an extremely rushed book. Too bad.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2002

    awesome book

    I have other java certification books which are boring. This one is great for programmers who have been programming for a while. It stresses on points that even experienced programmers may miss. I can read this without getting bored and still be able to learn things.

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