Object Oriented Programming I
Dublin City University
Area of Study
Taught In English
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits2
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units3
Hours & Credits
This module will equip students with a good working knowledge of object-oriented programming in both the C++ and Java programming languages. The module builds on the C programming language skills from first year. By using two different languages students will achieve a good theoretical grounding in general object-oriented programming languages. Students apply their skills through challenging practical assignments.
1. analyse real-world software systems challenges and develop structured solutions, involving the design of object-oriented classes and class hierarchies
2. implement such solutions in the C++ and Java programming languages with attention to future design needs
3. explain the differences and advantages/disadvantages of both the C++ and Java programming languages
4. use the Java API documentation to develop basic applications using functionality that was not formally taught
5. implement Java event-driven windowing user-interfaces using the standard component sets