The videos below cover lectures and tutorials on Java Programming Language. We are enriching our video library over time. We are following a sequence that we use in teaching a standard programming language at the university level.
The article explains if-else if-else control statements in Java. It provides a video and relevant exercises.
A boolean variable is capable of holding either “true” or “false.” A computer program may use one bit only to store the status “true” or “false.” You might already know that the smallest memory unit of the computer is a “bit.” Therefore, a boolean variable uses as little memory as possible to store the information […]
The article describes the arithmetic operators in Java programming language. It provides a video lecture, which uses simple programming examples to explain the concepts.
The article covers user input in Java for different data types. It uses a simple example and great details for beginners. We also provide a YouTube video in this article that describes the fine details of how to write the program.
I am writing this article in support of the video we made on the topic — Getting User Input in Java. The video helps new learners by providing explanations on how to develop a simple calculator program. The user of the program types on the keyboard to enter two numbers. The program captures the two […]
I am writing this article today in support of the video I made on Variables in Java. The video describes a little bit of theory and then demonstrates how you can use multiple variables in your program. I used simple applications — addition and subtraction of two numbers — to describe how to use variables […]
Writing the first program using Java can be intimidating, especially if someone is learning a programming language for the first time. Please do not be afraid or discouraged. If you saw someone write programs in the speed of light — especially in movies when there are only ten seconds left to a terrible happening, which […]