Topic:Object-oriented programming

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This is Object-Oriented Programming. Part of the School of Computer Science, Computer Programming Division.


Subdivision news[edit]

09-30-2010 - csmith1994 has undertaken a massive overhaul of the course. Stay tuned!

Overview[edit]

This course will be an introduction to programming objects (mainly shapes, but images can be imported as well). In this course, we will be frequently be using Processing[1], an open source programming environment which is essentially a simplified Java. You MUST download it. There are no alternative environments usable for this course.

In this course you will learn:

    • How to draw images that can be interactive
    • How to program images
    • How to set these images to interact with each other
    • How to export these "sketches" as programs usable in Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux

The majority of this course is based on Learning Processing by Daniel Shiffman.

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Object-oriented programming:

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