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VOORBURG GROUP ON SERVICE STATISTICS 18th Meeting Tokyo, 6-10 October, 2003 A French classification for physical and sporting activities: 335 disciplines, 34 families, 9 classes Brigitte Belloc (Reporter for the Sports Accounts Working Group), France Translation of Stat Info N°02-02, March 2002 Session: Classifications In the “2000 Survey on sport practices”, approximately 31 million French people between 15 and 75 years of age indicated that they took part in physical and sporting activities.
  • group on the basis
  • sport federations
  • basic activity
  • groups of basic activities
  • young people under 15 years of age
  • table tennis
  • classification
  • sports
  • activities
Published : Wednesday, March 28, 2012
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Origin : dcs.bbk.ac.uk
Number of pages: 35
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Computer Science and Elements of Programming
Java Lecture 1
Dr Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo
Department of Computer Science
and Information Systems
Birkbeck College, University of London
Email: dimarzo@dcs.bbk.ac.uk
Web Page: http://www.dcs.bbk.ac.uk/~dimarzoJava Lectures Autumn - Overview
• Editing / Compiling / Executing programs
• Input/Output (I/O) statements
• Working withString
• Working with variables
– Declarations, assignments, I/O
• Java primitive types (int,float,
char, boolean, etc.)
• Control structures (if-then-else, loops)
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 2Java Lecture 1: Overview
• Program editing / compiling / executing
• Program editing / compiling / executing in BlueJ
• String Variables
– Declaration
– Assignment
• Inputs/Outputs
– Inputs
– Outputs to a terminal window
• Inputs/Outputs in BlueJ
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 3Programming
• What is a program?
– Sequence of « instructions » for a computer
– Instructions
• Statements written in a given programming
language
public class HelloWorld {
HelloWorld
public static void main(String[] args)
{
System.out.println(‘’HelloWorld’’);
}
}
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 4Programming
• Editing
– Writing the code
– Tool: editor
• Compiling
– Checking if code is correct (syntax)
– Tool: compiler
• Executing
– Code is processed by computer
– Running the code
– Interacting with computer (program)
• Input (inserting parameters)
• Output (viewing results)
– Tool: Java executing environment (virtual machine)
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 5Editing with BlueJ
• To create and
modify a code or
program
• Tool: BlueJ Editor
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 6Editing with BlueJ
This is a class
named HelloWorld
This is the main method.
A Java program
executes the statements
In the main method.
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 7A Java program
• A Java program must have at least one method:
the main method.
• It may also include other methods.
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 8Compiling with BlueJ
• To check if the code is syntactically correct
– Otherwise it is not understood by computer
• Tool: BlueJ Compiler
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 9Compiling with BlueJ
• To check if the code is syntactically correct
– Otherwise it is not understood by computer
• Tool: BlueJ Compiler
Java Lectures – G. Di Marzo Serugendo 10

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