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Which use for Java in introductory courses?

Jean-Pierre Jacquot 1
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Abstract : In the eye of educators, Java looks like a very promising tool. This paper discusses how we can use Java in introductory computer science courses. We first present and analyze how Java fits in our requirements in this context. Then, we present our strategy, based on using functional then object programming.
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Jean-Pierre Jacquot. Which use for Java in introductory courses?. J. Power and J. Waldron. Recent Advances in Java Technology, Computer Science Press, Trinity College, Dublin, pp.175-181, 2002. ⟨inria-00101046⟩



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