ICSE Java for Xth

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Beginner 5(6 Ratings) 160 Students enrolled
Created by DD Singh Last updated Sat, 27-Nov-2021 English
What will i learn?
  • Programming Made Easy
  • Logical thinking
  • Increase focus and concentration
  • ICSE Board Specific Syllabus
  • Study Material
  • Chapter Wise Test

Curriculum for this course
135 Lessons 38:10:59 Hours
Introduction to Java and OOPs
3 Lessons 00:57:50 Hours
  • Introduction To Java Preview 00:20:04
  • Programming Approaches Preview 00:21:38
  • Features of Java 00:16:08
  • Principles of Object Oriented Programming 00:18:28
  • Exercise Solution 00:21:20
  • Elementry Concepts of OOPs Part-1 00:17:09
  • Elementry Concepts of OOPs Part-2 00:17:01
  • Excercise Solution 00:18:28
  • Introdcution to java Part-1 00:14:02
  • Introduction To Java Part-2 00:24:47
  • Introduction To BlueJ 00:30:21
  • Pop vs Oop 00:17:20
  • Values and DataTypes Part-1 00:25:00
  • Values and DataTypes Part-2 00:25:22
  • Tokens 00:21:31
  • Variable and Data Types 00:23:30
  • Type Conversion 00:25:22
  • Excercise Solution Part-1 00:15:13
  • Excercise Solution Part-2 00:17:13
  • Operators Part-1 00:17:15
  • Operators Part-2 00:15:04
  • Operators Part-3 00:14:46
  • Operators Part-4 00:13:39
  • Operators Part-5 00:16:13
  • Input in Java Part-1 00:28:50
  • Input in Java Part-2 00:26:21
  • Input in Java Part-3 00:13:30
  • Scanner class 00:13:06
  • Command Line Arguments 00:20:58
  • Errors and Types of Error 00:12:45
  • Comments and Types of Comment 00:07:14
  • Math Class Part-1 00:16:42
  • Math Class Part-2 00:13:20
  • Math Class Part-3 00:04:39
  • Math Class Part 4 00:25:25
  • Math class Part-5 00:11:27
  • Math class Part-6 00:11:17
  • Math Programs Part-1 00:19:11
  • Math Programs Part-2 00:08:54
  • Math Programs Part-3 00:12:55
  • Math Programs Part-4 00:15:54
  • Math Programs Part-5 00:15:01
  • Math Programs Part-6 00:05:44
  • Math Programs Part-7 00:15:16
  • Decision Making Statement Part-1 00:12:46
  • Decision Making Statement Part-2 00:10:36
  • Decision Making Statement Part-3 00:09:06
  • Decision Making Statement Part-4 00:10:40
  • Decision Making Statement Part-5 00:15:12
  • switch case statement part-1 00:11:29
  • switch case statement part-2 00:04:34
  • Buzz Number and Appropriate Number 00:16:49
  • Triangle Demos Explanation 00:13:45
  • Article Demo and Showroom Example 00:08:18
  • Smallest and Largest Number 00:10:48
  • Leap Year Example 00:07:34
  • Telephone Bill and Monthly Commission 00:14:43
  • Electricity Bill and Product Discount Example 00:14:30
  • Income Tax Calculator 00:17:44
  • Interest Calculator and Emp Salary 00:13:29
  • Loop Part-1 00:07:15
  • Loop Part-2 00:13:06
  • Loop Part-3 00:05:29
  • break and continue keyword 00:16:27
  • Inter Conversion of Loops 00:09:03
  • Series Program Part-1 00:15:13
  • Series Program Part-2 00:07:35
  • Series Program Part-3 00:13:27
  • Series Program Part-4 00:15:47
  • Series Program Part-5 00:13:36
  • Series Program Part-6 00:15:34
  • Series Program Part-7 00:21:55
  • Series Program Part-8 00:13:11
  • Series Program Part-9 00:17:08
  • Series Program Part-10 00:15:16
  • Series Program Part-11 00:29:55
  • Series Program Part-12 00:27:34
  • Series Program Part-13 00:15:37
  • Series Program Part-14 00:13:53
  • Special Numbers Part-1 00:19:27
  • Special Numbers Part-2 00:20:26
  • Special Numbers Part-3 00:17:43
  • Special Numbers Part-4 00:10:22
  • Special Numbers Part-5 00:17:21
  • Special Numbers Part-6 00:14:39
  • Special Numbers Part-7 00:19:53
  • Special Numbers Part-8 00:25:13
  • Special Numbers Part-9 00:20:01
  • Special Numbers Part-10 00:10:28
  • Special Numbers Part-11 00:26:06
  • Special Numbers Part-12 00:08:57
  • Special Numbers Part-13 00:22:18
  • Special Numbers Part-14 00:23:24
  • Special Numbers Part-15 00:18:31
  • Special Numbers Part-16 00:19:06
  • Special Numbers Part-17 00:15:59
  • Special Numbers Part-18 00:12:32
  • Binary to Decimal and Decimal to Binary 00:22:40
  • Nested Loop Part-1 00:19:42
  • Nested Loop Part-2 00:08:21
  • Nested Loop Part-3 00:06:15
  • break statement in a nested loop part-1 00:18:26
  • break statement in a nested loop part-2 00:09:31
  • types of break and continue statement 00:20:11
  • continue statement in a nested loop part-1 00:14:39
  • User Defined Method Part-1 00:14:24
  • User Defined Method Part-2 00:08:48
  • User Defined Method Part-3 00:14:31
  • User Defined Method Part-4 00:11:58
  • User Defined Method Part-5 00:15:38
  • Ways to Define a Method 00:04:00
  • Call By Value 00:10:38
  • Call By Reference 00:17:54
  • Pure and Impure Method 00:20:46
  • Polymorphism Introduction 00:07:33
  • Method Overloading 00:10:04
  • Recursive Method 00:09:11
  • this keyword 00:11:50
  • Classes and Objects Part-1 00:19:47
  • Classes and Objects Part-2 00:16:54
  • Classes and Objects Part-3 00:13:26
  • Classes and Objects Part-4 00:08:30
  • Classes and Objects Part-5 00:21:18
  • Classes and Objects Part-6 00:14:52
  • Important facts about OOPs Prg 00:15:48
  • Constructor Introduction 00:16:44
  • Constructor Overloading 00:07:10
  • Difference B/W OOPs and POP - 22 Jun 2020 00:40:12
  • Difference B/W Compiler and Interpreter - 23 Jun 2020 00:39:33
  • Math Library Class in JAVA- 25 Jun 2020 00:36:47
  • Math Library Class in JAVA- 25 Jun 2020 00:37:34
  • Math Library Class in JAVA- 27 Jun 2020 00:36:11
  • Math Library Class in JAVA- 29 Jun 2020 00:38:41
  • Math Library Class in JAVA- 1 July 2020 00:40:02
  • Character & String Class - 2 July 2020 00:43:37
Requirements
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Description

Introduction to Java

Java is a programming language as well as a platform. Java provides several exciting features that make programming convenient and easier.

It can be used to create various types of computer applications. It is designed to deliver and run highly interactive, dynamic and secure applications on a networked computer system. James Gosling developed Java at Sun Microsystems. There are two types of java programs: Internet applets and Standalone applications. Internet applets are small programs that are embedded in web pages and run on the viewers’ machine in secured manner. Stand alone application is a software application that does not require low level operating system and hardware access.

When Java programs are compiled, they give an intermediated code known as ‘Byte Code’. Java byte code is a machine instruction for a Java processor chip called Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Java Platform is a combination of hardware (JVM) and software (Java API’s). The basic structure of Java programs include comments in a program/document section, declaration of class, opening of curly brace ‘{’ to indicate the beginning of class, declaration of main function, opening of curly brace ‘{’ for indicating the beginning of the main function, termination of several statements with semicolon (;) and closing of curly brace ‘}’ for indicating the closing of the main function and class.

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Java & Python Trainer

Myself DD Singh working as a trainer in Infomatics, involved in technical training for the last 16 years and trained lakhs of students. Worked as  a Technical Trainer in multiple companies. Involved in Complete Java Training like Core Java, Advanced Java, Hibernate, Spring etc, Full stack Python Training, Java Certification Training. Owner of youtube channel : DD Singh. Very passionate about learning new technologies.

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  • Wed, 02-Sep-2020
    RS Pailwar
    Best course for Icse students
  • Tue, 01-Sep-2020
    Yuvraj Singh
    Great course for icse students.
  • Wed, 02-Sep-2020
    Dhruv Sharma
  • Fri, 18-Sep-2020
    DD Singh
    Nice Course For ICSE Students
  • Fri, 11-Dec-2020
    Kishna Tiwari
  • Wed, 28-Apr-2021
    Sayani Debnath
    Best Course For icse students
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