INF1000 - Introduction to object-oriented programming
Schedule, syllabus and examination date
An introduction to object-oriented programming in Java; development of algorithms, including use of arrays and other kinds of tables; user interface and file handling. Several central mechanisms of object-oriented programming will be covered, including use of classes, objects and references; cooperating objects created from a few classes; use of Java's class library. UML modeling of small systems. Social aspects of IT; privacy laws.
After having completed this course, the students will be capable of developing their own Java programs based on a simple problem description. They will have suffucient knowledge and understanding of the Java class library to find required information themselves. They are expected to reach a level of competence enabling them to easily learn other, similar programming languages.
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Formal prerequisite knowledge
- 10 credits overlap with INF101
- 10 credits overlap with IN105
- 10 credits overlap with IN101
- 6 credits overlap with HUMIT1700 - Grunnkurs i programmering for humanister (discontinued)
- 6 credits overlap with IN-KOM-EVU
- 6 credits overlap with INF1100 - Introduction to programming with scientific applications (discontinued)
Also some overlap with GEO1040 - Introduction to programming with applications in geosciences (discontinued) (will be updated)
2 hours of lectures and 4 hours of tuition (2 hours in a computer room and 2 hours in a classroom) each week. Several mandatory problems must be completed during the course. Rules for mandatory assignments.
This course has digital examination. A 4 hour written exam. The mandatory assignments must be approved prior the exam.
Examination support material
All written and printed exam resources are allowed.
Grades are awarded on a scale from A to F, where A is the best grade and F is a fail. Read more about the grading system.
Explanations and appeals
Resit an examination
This course offers both postponed and resit of examination. Read more:
Withdrawal from an examination
If you wish to withdraw from the exam you must do so in Studentweb at least two weeks prior to the deadline. Failure to do so will be counted as one of the three opportunities to sit the exam.
The subject is regarded equal to INF101/IN105/INF1100 - Introduction to programming with scientific applications (discontinued) when practicing exam regulations.
Note that the first lecture is compulsory.