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Bracket Conventions
Appendix D:
Bracket Conventions
Java Bracket Conventions
The Java programming language, like many programming languages, makes strong use of brackets. The SCJA exam requires familiarization with the different types of brackets. Table D-1 contains each type of bracket seen throughout this book and the exam. This table details the bracket names as they are used in the Java Language Specification as well as common alternative names.
TABLe D-1
Bracket Conventions
Brackets
( ) { } [ ] < >
Typical Java Language Specification Nomenclature
Parentheses Braces Box brackets Angle brackets Guillemet characters
Alternative Brackets Nomenclature
Round brackets, curved brackets, oval brackets Curly brackets Square brackets Diamond brackets, chevrons Angle quotes
Common Brackets Usage in Java
Surrounds set of method arguments Surrounds blocks of code Used with arrays Encloses generics Specifies UML Stereotypes
Glossary
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abstract A modifier that indicates that either a class or method has some behavior that must be implemented by its subclasses. access modifiers Modifiers that define the access privileges of interfaces, classes, methods, constructors, and data members. AJAX An acronym for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. A web application model where the client layer interfaces with the server without the need for the associated HTML pages to be reloaded. applet An application that executes within applications, devices, and most commonly web browsers. It must support the applet programming model. application server A server that hosts various applications and their environments. arithmetic operator Java programming language operator that performs addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*), division (/), or remainder production (%) operations. array A fixed-length group of same type variables or references that are accessed with an index. assignment statement A statement that allows for the definition or redefinition of a variable by assigning it a value. It is represented by = in Java code. association A relationship between classes. attributes A system s state consisting of its instance variables. base class See superclass. bean A reusable software component conforming to design and naming conventions. block
Code between matching braces for example, { int x; }.
Glossary
boolean A Java keyword that is used to define a primitive variable as having a Boolean type with a value of either true or false. The corresponding wrapper class is Boolean. business logic The code that implements the functional algorithms of an application. In the EJB tier, this code is implemented by Enterprise JavaBeans. business tier The tier within an enterprise system that contains the business logic. Enterprise JavaBeans are one of the major components of the business tier. byte A Java keyword that is used to define a primitive variable as an integer having a storage of one byte. The corresponding wrapper class is Byte. CASE The acronym for Computer Aided Software Engineering. The scientific application of computer-based tools, utilities, and methods to enhance the end result of a software application or project. CDC An acronym for Connected Device Configuration. A Java ME configuration that is supplied with the standard Java Virtual Machine and is utilized for devices that do not have extreme constraints of resources. char A Java keyword that is used to define a variable as having two bytes of storage normally used to store a specified Unicode character. The corresponding wrapper class is Character. child class See subclass. class A file that contains valid Java code. A class is a blueprint for creating objects at runtime. classpath An argument set that tells the Java Virtual Machine where to look for user-defined classes and packages. The classpath is used by various command-line tools. class variable
See static variable.
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CLDC The acronym for Connected Limited Device Configuration. A common Java ME configuration that has a small compact virtual machine known as Sun s K Virtual Machine (KVM) and a reduced set of class libraries. comment Text within source files that provides explanations of associated code. In Java, comments are delimited with //, /* */, or /** */, the latter being used with the Javadoc documentation API. composition association A whole-part relationship between classes where the whole is responsible for the lifetime of its parts. Composition is also known as containment and is a strong relationship. concatenation operator join) two strings. concrete class
An operator (+) that is used to concatenate (that is,
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