Join Baochuan Lu for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise file setup, part of Oracle Java Certification: 1. Data Types.
- [Instructor] I want to reiterate that you should already have some experience in Java before you delve into this course, or think about taking the certification exam. That being said, I've provided plenty of tangible examples throughout the course so you can practice your skillset. For recording purposes, I've shown this snippets of code on a SlackDeck. However, if you are interested in getting your hands dirty and playing with the code, I've provided a handout in the exercise files that has links to each code snippet.
Now it may not look exactly like what I'm showing you here, but the link will take you to the proper code snippet on an online IDE. On the left-hand side of each link, you'll notice a little code notation. This correlates with the code notation at the top of each slide that contains a snippet. So you should be able to follow along quite easily. All right, enough talk. Let's get to business.
- Data types
- Allowable operations
- Literals and primitives
- Prefixes and suffixes
- Reference types
- Identifier rules