Study on Java Programming Education

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太田, 信宏 (2009)
  • Publisher: 文教大学女子短期大学部
  • Journal: 研究紀要 = Annual Reports of Studies, volume 52, pages 1-16 (issn: 0385-5309)
  • Subject:
    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

The purpose of this study is to consider the content and key points for inclusion in a Java programming course for beginners. The Java programming language has a variety of functions and has the largest application field of all such languages, containing many themes that are appropriate for any such programming course. The multifunctional and wide-ranging functions of Java, however, may actually act as a barrier to study for beginners. The core content of a programming class for beginners should contain elements such as assembling algorithms and basic programming techniques. For any Java programming course it is important to clarify two points: "What is taught?"and "What is not taught?" This study considers the following subjects. (1) Content of programming course for beginners (2) Execution environment for Java programming (3) Grammar and coding rules (4) Algorithms (5) Data expression and information technology, which are assumed knowledge for programming (6) Java's specific expression methods
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