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Tuesday (5/15/18)

Agenda:

  • If you were not here last class, please watch the linked video about Xerox PARC at home
  • Introduction Object-Oriented Programming
    • Ball class review
    • Complete and integrate the Paddle class. Demo this for credit
    • Create a new method in the Paddle class:
      • boolean hitTop(Ball b) - returns true if b collides with the top edge of the Paddle (we will discuss this more, but you can try to do it yourself). Return false otherwise

Wednesday - Friday (5/9/18 - 5/11/18)

Agenda:

  • Demo converted List Exercises
  • Xerox PARC, Apple, & Microsoft history
  • Processing Java arrays and bouncing ball
  • Introduction to Java classes and objects
    • Processing - Objects Tutorial
    • Define a Paddle class with the following instance variables and methods:
      • Instance variables (attributes):
        • int x
        • int y
        • int w
        • int h
      • Methods
        • Paddle() //constructor
        • display() //draws a rectangle using the Paddle's instance variables
        • moveMouse() //sets the x and y instance variables using the mouseX and mouseY variables
    • Add a Paddle to your program

Monday (5/7/18)

Agenda:

  • No Internet
  • Convert your Advanced Python List Exercises to use Java arrays
    • We will walked through the first two examples last class
    • Convert and be prepared to demo List Min/Max and Reverse

Tuesday - Thursday (5/1/18 - 5/3/18)

Agenda:

Friday (4/27/18)

Agenda:

  • Demo any missing assignments:
    • Prime numbers assignment
    • Monte Carlo Pi assignment
    • Taylor Series Pi and e assignment
    • Functions/Methods Practice assignment
  • Java for loop

Monday - Wednesday (4/23/18 - 4/25/18)

Agenda:

  • Demo the following converted programs:
    • Prime numbers assignment
    • Monte Carlo Pi assignment
    • Taylor Series Pi and e assignment
  • Java functions / methods
  • Convert the Python Functions Assignment to Java methods
    • Class walk-through first couple functions/methods

Tuesday - Thursday (4/17/18 - 4/19/18)

Agenda:

  • Nested-if statements review
  • Java while loops
  • Java random numbers
  • Convert Guessing Game assignment from Python -> Java
    • Class walk-through
  • Integer division and casting
  • Convert Prime numbers assignment from Python -> Java
  • Convert Monte Carlo Pi assignment from Python -> Java
  • Convert Taylor Series Pi and e assignment from Python -> Java

Friday (4/13/18)

Agenda:

Wednesday (4/11/18)

Agenda:

Friday (4/6/18)

Agenda:

  • Demo any Java assignments
  • End of 3rd Quarter
  • Review Java Strings

Wednesday (4/4/18)

Agenda:

  • Mr. Bui is still out because his son has the flu
  • Read through Media:JavaStrings_Basic.pptx
    • Be sure to test some of the Java code out
  • Convert your Tech Support Flow Chart Assignment from Python -> Java
    • You will need to use the Scanner's nextLine() method to take input as a String
    • You will need to use the String's equals() method to compare if two Strings match
String str1 = "hello";
String str2 = "goodbye";

if(str1.equals("hello"))
{
    System.out.println("This will print because the condition is true");
}

if(str2.equals("hello"))
{
    System.out.println("This does not print because the condition is false");
}

Monday (4/2/18)

Agenda:

  • Mr. Bui is out today because his son is sick.
  • Take a few minutes and review your Python->Java notes
  • Go back and convert the following from Python -> Java (if you do not have the Python code, then simply get a copy from somebody else in the class)
    • Quadratic Formula
    • Letter Grade Calculator
  • Demonstrating the Java versions of Quadratic Formula and the Letter Grade Calculator will be counted in the 3rd quarter.

Archives

Tuesday (5/15/18)

Agenda:

  • If you were not here last class, please watch the linked video about Xerox PARC at home
  • Introduction Object-Oriented Programming
    • Ball class review
    • Complete and integrate the Paddle class. Demo this for credit
    • Create a new method in the Paddle class:
      • boolean hitTop(Ball b) - returns true if b collides with the top edge of the Paddle (we will discuss this more, but you can try to do it yourself). Return false otherwise

Wednesday - Friday (5/9/18 - 5/11/18)

Agenda:

  • Demo converted List Exercises
  • Xerox PARC, Apple, & Microsoft history
  • Processing Java arrays and bouncing ball
  • Introduction to Java classes and objects
    • Processing - Objects Tutorial
    • Define a Paddle class with the following instance variables and methods:
      • Instance variables (attributes):
        • int x
        • int y
        • int w
        • int h
      • Methods
        • Paddle() //constructor
        • display() //draws a rectangle using the Paddle's instance variables
        • moveMouse() //sets the x and y instance variables using the mouseX and mouseY variables
    • Add a Paddle to your program

Monday (5/7/18)

Agenda:

  • No Internet
  • Convert your Advanced Python List Exercises to use Java arrays
    • We will walked through the first two examples last class
    • Convert and be prepared to demo List Min/Max and Reverse

Tuesday - Thursday (5/1/18 - 5/3/18)

Agenda:

Friday (4/27/18)

Agenda:

  • Demo any missing assignments:
    • Prime numbers assignment
    • Monte Carlo Pi assignment
    • Taylor Series Pi and e assignment
    • Functions/Methods Practice assignment
  • Java for loop

Monday - Wednesday (4/23/18 - 4/25/18)

Agenda:

  • Demo the following converted programs:
    • Prime numbers assignment
    • Monte Carlo Pi assignment
    • Taylor Series Pi and e assignment
  • Java functions / methods
  • Convert the Python Functions Assignment to Java methods
    • Class walk-through first couple functions/methods

Tuesday - Thursday (4/17/18 - 4/19/18)

Agenda:

  • Nested-if statements review
  • Java while loops
  • Java random numbers
  • Convert Guessing Game assignment from Python -> Java
    • Class walk-through
  • Integer division and casting
  • Convert Prime numbers assignment from Python -> Java
  • Convert Monte Carlo Pi assignment from Python -> Java
  • Convert Taylor Series Pi and e assignment from Python -> Java

Friday (4/13/18)

Agenda:

Wednesday (4/11/18)

Agenda:

Friday (4/6/18)

Agenda:

  • Demo any Java assignments
  • End of 3rd Quarter
  • Review Java Strings

Wednesday (4/4/18)

Agenda:

  • Mr. Bui is still out because his son has the flu
  • Read through Media:JavaStrings_Basic.pptx
    • Be sure to test some of the Java code out
  • Convert your Tech Support Flow Chart Assignment from Python -> Java
    • You will need to use the Scanner's nextLine() method to take input as a String
    • You will need to use the String's equals() method to compare if two Strings match
String str1 = "hello";
String str2 = "goodbye";

if(str1.equals("hello"))
{
    System.out.println("This will print because the condition is true");
}

if(str2.equals("hello"))
{
    System.out.println("This does not print because the condition is false");
}

Monday (4/2/18)

Agenda:

  • Mr. Bui is out today because his son is sick.
  • Take a few minutes and review your Python->Java notes
  • Go back and convert the following from Python -> Java (if you do not have the Python code, then simply get a copy from somebody else in the class)
    • Quadratic Formula
    • Letter Grade Calculator
  • Demonstrating the Java versions of Quadratic Formula and the Letter Grade Calculator will be counted in the 3rd quarter.

Archives