Learn to cast variables in Java.
- [Man] Java is a strongly typed language.…This means that the Java Compiler can detect…many potential errors at compile time.…The IntelliJ IDE improves upon this detection…by indicating possible errors while you are writing code,…A repeated principle of software engineering,…that the earlier you detect errors,…the easier and the less expensive it is to fix those errors.…Strong typing helps you to detect errors early…in the software development process.…
If you have a background in a scripting language,…you may have become accustom to loose constraints…with respects to data types.…However, in my opinion, what you gain in speed…while writing code, you may lose in the time that…you need to spend debugging code.…Especially if you don't detect any errors…until late into the software development process.…Guido van Rossum, the creator of…the Python computer language says,…"A code is written once and read frequently."…In other words, the people who read, and perhaps,…modify your code will appreciate the time…that you spend writing clear, accurate code.…
- The IMQAV model
- Downloading software
- Installing and setting up a Java coding environment
- Mock tests
- Code coverage
- Using windows, views, and modes in IntelliJ IDEA
- Creating classes and attributes
- Creating constructors
- Casting variables
- Matching literals with regular expressions
- Regular expressions
- Design patterns
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Started with Java
2. Test-Driven Development
3. IntelliJ IDEA
4. Object-Oriented Java
6. Regular Expressions (Regex)
8. Design Patterns
9. Applying Data Science
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