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In this course for teachers we'll guide you both in learning Java concepts and skills but also in how to effectively teach those to your students. This course will support you in teaching the Advanced Placement Computer Science A course or a similar introductory university-level programming course. Each topic will begin by relating Java to block-based programming languages and then provide video overviews of CS Awesome content along with additional materials to supplement learning for your students. You'll engage with additional materials to support your teaching including "deep dive" classroom discussion questions, assessment overviews, code tracing and problem solving skills for your students, including preparation for free response coding questions. Loupe Copy. Introduction to ArrayLists.
The List Interface
At the end of the course you will write an encryption program and a program to break your encryption algorithm. After completing this course, you will be able to: 1. Solve problems involving data files; 3. Perform quantitative analyses of data e. Store and manipulate data in an array or ArrayList; 5. Combine multiple classes to solve larger problems; 6. Use iterables and collections including maps in Java.
A List is an ordered Collection sometimes called a sequence. Lists may contain duplicate elements. In addition to the operations inherited from Collection , the List interface includes operations for the following:. The Java platform contains two general-purpose List implementations.