In this video, Doug Winnie walks through a sample of code and how to run a program using the IntelliJ IDE. He also shows how variables are used to store values of multiple types and how Java requires strict-typing of variables and the values that are assigned to them. Doug also introduces various number types including the integer, float and double number types, and how to create a variable to store a string using the String class.
- [Instructor] Before we write any Java,…we should look at how to use…IntelliJ with the project files.…IntelliJ will be the main tool you'll use in this course,…and you'll write, build, and run your code…within it, and see output from your program…in the IntelliJ console.…In IntelliJ, when you launch the tool,…you'll need open the project for the right video.…To do this, open the IDE and select Open from the menu.…You'll then be prompted to open the project file.…Navigate to where you download it…and uncompress the Exercise files.…You can then select a folder that contains the project.…
In this case, I'm opening up the…Exercise files for this movie,…under the 02_01 > start > project folder.…Click OK.…The ID will then open the project at that folder,…and you can see the code that's inside.…On the left, you'll see the project panel.…If you open the folders, you'll see a source folder…that will contain the Java code for your project.…There'll be a file called Main,…that is the main code for the project.…The main file is a java program…
- The history of Java
- Setting up your development environment
- Working with values and variables
- Using methods and functions
- Capturing user input
- Creating conditional tests
- Using loops
- Creating and changing arrays
- Object-oriented programming in Java
- Defining permissions
- Extending classes
Skill Level Beginner
Computer Science Principles: The Internetwith Doug Winnie59m 30s Beginner
Java Essential Training for Studentswith Peggy Fisher3h 6m Intermediate
1. Intro to Java
2. Define Actions Using Code
3. Repeat Actions and Test for Conditions
4. Object-Oriented Programming Basics
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