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Learn Object Oriented Programming (OOPs) Concepts In Java

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Description

Benefits of this course:
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1. This Course will provide completeness on every topic.
2. This Course will make you to Strong on Theoretically and  Pro grammatically.
3. This Course will provide Good Platform for the Advanced Technologies and Frameworks like Jdbc, Servlets, Jsps, Hibernate, JPA, Spring,..
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Object Oriented Programming(OOPs):
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1. OOPS Introduction : Unstructered Vs Structered Programming Languages
2. OOPS Introduction : Structered Vs Object Oriented Programming Languages
3. OOPS Introduction : Aspect Oriented Programming Languages
4. OOPS Features : Object Based Vs Object Oriented Programming Languages
5. OOPS Features : Class Vs Object
6. OOPS Features : Encapsulation Vs Abstraction
7. OOPS Features : Inheritance
8. OOPS Features : Polymorphism
9. OOPS Features : Message Passing
10.OOPS Containers : Class : Syntax
11.OOPS Containers : Class : Access Modifiers Part-1
12.OOPS Containers : Class : Access Modifiers Part-2
13.OOPS Containers : Class : Access Modifiers Part-3
14.OOPS Containers : Class : class, className, extends, implements keywords
15.OOPS Containers : Class : Possible Syntaxes of Classes
16.OOPS Containers : Class : Procedure to use classes in Java
17.OOPS Containers : Class : Internal flow in Class Utilization
18.OOPS Containers : Class : More than one class in Single Java Appl
19.OOPS Containers : Concrete Methods Vs Abstract Methods
20.OOPS : Containers: Abstract Classes Part-1
21.OOPS : Containers: Abstract Classes Part-2
22.OOPS : Containers: Interfaces Part-1
23.OOPS : Containers: Interfaces Part-2
24.OOPS : Containers: Interfaces Part-3
25.OOPS : Methods In Java : Method Syntax Part-1
26.OOPS : Methods In Java : Method Syntax Part-2
27.OOPS : Methods In Java : Method Syntax Part-3
28.OOPS : Methods In Java : Method Signature and Prototype
29.OOPS : Methods In Java : Var-Arg Method Part-1
30.OOPS : Methods in Java : Var-Arg Method Part-2
31.OOPS : Procedure To Create Objects Part-1
32.OOPS : Procedure To Create Objects Part-2
33.OOPS : Procedure To Create Objects Part-3
34.OOPS : Procedure To Create Objects Part-4
35.OOPS : hashCode() and toString() methods Part-1
36.OOPS : hashCode() and toString() methods Part-2
37.OOPS : Immutable Objects Vs Mutable Objects Part-1
38.OOPS : Immutable Objects Vs Mutable Objects Part-2
39.OOPS : User defined Immutable Class
40.OOPS : Object Vs Instance
41.OOPS : Constructors : Introduction Part-1
42.OOPS : Constructors : Introduction Part-2
43.OOPS : Constructors : Default Constructor
44.OOPS : Constructors : User Defined Constructors Part-1
45.OOPS : Constructors : User Defined Constructors Part-2
46.OOPS : Constructors : User Defined Constructors Part-3
47.OOPS : Constructors : User Defined Constructors Part-4
48.OOPS : Constructors : Constructor Overloading
49.OOPS : Instance Context : Instance Variable
50.OOPS : Instance Context : Instance Methods
51.OOPS : Instance Context : Instance Block and Instance Flow
52.OOPS : Instance Context : Instance Instance Flow
53.OOPS : ‘this’ keyword : To refer current class Variables Part-1
54.OOPS : ‘this’ keyword : To refer current class Variables Part-2
55.OOPS : ‘this’ keyword : To refer current class Methods
56.OOPS : ‘this’ keyword : To refer current class Constructors Part-1
57.OOPS : ‘this’ keyword : To refer current class Constructors Part-2
58.OOPS : ‘this’ keyword : To return current class Object
59.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Variable Part-1
60.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Variable Part-2
61.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Variable Part-3
62.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Variable Part-4
63.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Method Part-1
64.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Method Part-2
65.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Method Part-3
66.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Block Part-1
67.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Block Part-2
68.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Anonymous Inner class
69.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Import
70.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Context Part-1
71.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Context Part-2
72.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Context and Instance Context Part-1
73.OOPS : ‘static’ keyword: Static Context and Instance Context Part-2
74.OOPS : Class.forName() method internal functionality
75.OOPS : newInstance() method internal functionality
76.OOPS : Utilizations of Class.forName() and newInstance() methods
77.OOPS : Factory Methods
78.OOPS : Singleton classes Part – 1
79.OOPS : Singleton classes Part-2
80.OOPS : final keyword : final variable
81.OOPS : final keyword : final methods and final classes
82.OOPS : ‘public static final’ Convension for constant variables
83.OOPS : enum keyword part-1
84.OOPS : enum Keyword Part-2
85.OOPS : enum keyword Part-3
86.OOPS : main() method : Introduction
87.OOPS : main() method : Why ‘public’ is required
88.OOPS : main() method : Why ‘static’ is required
89.OOPS : main() method : Why ‘void’ is required
90.OOPS : main() method : Why ‘parameter’ is required
91.OOPS : main() method : Why ‘String[]’ as parameter is required
92.OOPS : main() method : List of valid and Invalid Syntaxes of main() method
93.OOPS : main() method : More than one main() in Single Java Application
94.OOPS : main() method : main() method Overloading and Overriding
95.OOPS : main() method : main() method in Inheritance
96.OOPS : Relationships in Java: Introduction
97.OOPS : Relationships in Java: Associations: One-To-One Association through Constructor Dependency Injection
98.OOPS : Relationships in Java: Associations: One-To-One Association through setter method Dependency Injection Part-1
99.OOPS : Relationships in Java: Associations: One-To-One Association through setter method Dependency Injection Part-2
100.OOPS : Relationships in Java: Associations: One-To-Many Association through Constructor Dependency Injection
101.OOPS : Relationships : Associations : One-To-Many Association through setter Dependency Injection
102.OOPS : Relationships : Associations : One-To-Many Association Internal Data Representation
103.OOPS : Relationships in Java: Associations: Many-To-One Association through Constructor Dependency Injection
104.OOPS : Relationships in Java: Associations: Many-To-One Association through setter Dependency Injection
105.OOPS : Relationships in Java: Associations: Many-To-Many Association through Constructor Dependency Injection
106.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Associations : Many-To-Many Association through Setter Method Dependency InjectionPart-1
107.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Associations : Many-To-Many Association through Setter Method Dependency Injection Part-2
108.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Associations : Composition Vs Aggregation
109.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Introduction Part-1
110.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Introduction Part-2
111.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Types of Inheritance Part-1
112.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Types of Inheritance Part-2
113.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Types of Inheritance Part-3
114.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Types of Inheritance Part-4
115.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Static Context in Inheritance Part-1
116.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Static Context in Inheritance Part-2
117.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Instance Context in Inheritance Part-1
118.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Instance Context in Inheritance Part-2
119.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Instance Context in Inheritance Part-3
120.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Static Context and Instance Context Mix in Inheritance Part-1
121.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Static Context and Instance Context Mix in Inheritance Part-2
122.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Super Keyword Part- 1
123.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Super Keyword Part-2
124.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Super Keyword Part-3
125.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Super Keyword Part-4
126.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Super Keyword Part-5
127.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Super Keyword Part-6
128.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Class Level Type Casting: Upcasting Part-1
129.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Class Level Type Casting: Upcasting Part-2
130.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Class Level Type Casting: Downcasting Part-1
131.OOPS : Relationships in Java : Inheritance : Class Level Type Casting: Downcasting Part-2
132.OOPS : Relationships in Java : USES-A Relationship
133.OOPS : Polymorphism : Introduction
134.OOPS : Polymorphism : Method Overloading Part-1
135.OOPS : Polymorphism : Method Overloading Part-2
136.OOPS : Polymorphism : Method Overloading Part-3
137.OOPS : Polymorphism : Method Overriding Part-1
138.OOPS : Polymorphism : Method Overriding Part-2
139.OOPS : Polymorphism : Method Overriding Part-3
140.OOPS : Polymorphism : Method Overriding Part-4
141.OOPS : Polymorphism : Method Overriding Part-5
142.OOPS : Polymorphism : Rules and Regulations for Method Overriding Part-1
143.OOPS : Polymorphism : Rules and Regulations for Method Overriding Part-2
144.OOPS : Polymorphism : Rules and Regulations for Method Overriding Part-3
145.OOPS : Polymorphism : Rules and Regulations for Method Overriding Part-4
146.OOPS : Polymorphism : Rules and Regulations for Method Overriding Part-5
147.OOPS : Polymorphism : Rules and Regulations for Method Overriding Part-6
148.OOPS : Abstract Methods and Abstract classes Introduction
149.OOPS : Concrete Method Vs Abstract Method
150.OOPS : Concreate class Vs Abstract Class
151.OOPS : Abstract Class Part-1
152.OOPS : Abstract Class Part-2
153.OOPS : Abstract Class Part-3
154.OOPS : Abstract Class Part-4
155.OOPS : Abstract Class Part-5
156.OOPS : Interfaces Part-1
157.OOPS : Interfaces Part-2
158.OOPS : Interfaces Part-3
159.OOPS : Interfaces Part-4
160.OOPS : Interfaces Part-5
161.OOPS : Interfaces Part-6
162.OOPS : Interfaces Part-7
163.OOPS : Syntaxes between classes, abstract classes and Interfaces Part-1
164.OOPS : Syntaxes between classes, abstract classes and Interfaces Part-2
165.OOPS : Syntaxes between classes, abstract classes and Interfaces Part-3
166.OOPS : Differences between classes, abstract classes and Interfaces
167.OOPS : Marker Interfaces : Serializable
168.OOPS : Marker Interfaces : Cloneable
169.OOPS : Adapter Classes Part-1
170.OOPS : Adapter Classes Part-2
171.OOPS : Adapter Classes Part-3
172.OOPS : Object Cloning: Introduction Part-1
173.OOPS : Object Cloning: Introduction Part-2
174.OOPS : Object Cloning: Introduction Part-3
175.OOPS : Object Cloning: Shallow Cloning Part-1
176.OOPS : Object Cloning: Shallow Cloning Part-2
177.OOPS : Object Cloning: Deep Cloning Part-1
178.OOPS : Object Cloning: Deep Cloning Part-2
179.OOPS : instanceof Operator Part-1
180.OOPS : instanceof Operator Part-2

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✓ Students can get complete in-depth knowledge on java concepts like language fundamentals, operators, flow control etc

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• Basic Idea on Computer

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The course costs $11.99. And currently there is a 40% discount on the original price of the course, which was $19.99. So you save $8 if you enroll the course now.
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DURGASOFT NAGOOR BABU has created 3 courses that got 111 reviews which are generally positive. DURGASOFT NAGOOR BABU has taught 753 students and received a 4.5 average review out of 111 reviews. Depending on the information available, DURGASOFT NAGOOR BABU is a TRUSTED instructor.
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Myself Nagoor Babu working as a trainer in DURGASOFT, involved in technical training for the last 16 years and trained lakhs of students. Worked as  a Software Engineer 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 : durgasoftware. Very passionate about learning new technologies.

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