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3 Parts of a Computer

4 Why Use Binary Numbers?

5 Source Code - Assembly - Machine Code

6 Why Java? Safety The safety features of the Java language make it possible to run Java programs in a browser without fear that they might attack your computer. As an added benefit, these features also help you to learn the language faster. When you make an error that results in unsafe behavior, you receive an accurate error report. Portability The other benefit of Java is portability. The same Java program will run, without change, on Windows, UNIX, Linux, or Macintosh. In order to achieve portability, the Java compiler does not translate Java programs directly into CPU instructions. Instead, compiled Java programs contain instructions for the Java virtual machine, a program that simulates a real CPU. Portability is another benefit for the beginning student. You do not have to learn how to write programs for different platforms.

7 Java Versions

8 every Java program has a class the program must have a main method A Java Program

9 programming languages use reserve words that have special meaning and cannot be used for other purposes the programmer names the program and decides what it should do this line tells the computer where to display the message later, we will learn some other options for displaying messages

10 Another Java Program line numbers are used in book to help with descriptions of programs book uses a different style to define program blocks

11 Another Java Program

12 Computers can "Do the Math"

13 Steps in the Development of a Java Program

14 JVM 1 JVM 2 JVM 3 JVM n : One Bytecode, Many JVM's Java Source Code Text Editor File Access Program I/O - Compiler Messages jGrasp Integrated Development Environment (IDE) There is a different configuration of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) for every platform (type of computer) and Operating System (OS) this computer that computer mobile device the other computer

15 Installing NetBeans The NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is available at the NetBeans Web site: If the Java Development Kit (JDK) is not already installed on your computer, you will need to download and install it as well. The JDK is available on the Oracle Web site: The Standard Edition (SE) is preferred for both NetBeans and the JDK.



18 don't forget to accept the license agreement For Windows OS... 32-bit computers use x86 version 64-bit computers use x64 version

19 NetBeans IDE 7.4

20 New Project

21 Project Name

22 Writing the Source Code

23 Installing jGrasp

24 Starting jGrasp

25 Quick Start Open - Compile - Run

26 A New Editor Window in jGrasp

27 Creating and Saving a Java Program

28 The Encode / Debug Cycle

29 Summary A Textbook for Two Courses Parts of a Computer Why Computers use binary numbers. Source Code, Assembly, and Machine Code Structure of a Java Program Java Program Development Bytecode and the JVM Installing and Using jGrasp Encoding and Debugging

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