Tag Archives: ICSE 10th Standard Notes

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Nested Switch Statements in java – Java Nested Switch Statements with example

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Nested Switch Statements in java – Java Nested Switch Statements with example Nested Switch Statements :- Using a switch statement in another switch statement is called as nesting of Switch Statements. Syntax:- switch(a) { case 1: switch(b) { case 1: Statements 1 break; case 2: Statements 2 break; case 3: […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Difference between Switch and If-Else Statements

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Difference between Switch and If-Else Statements S.No. Switch Statement If-Else Statements Switch can test only for Equality. If can evaluate relational and Logical expression. Switch can test only one condition. If-Else can test multiple condition. Switch statement selects its branches by testing the value of same variable. If-Else lets you […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Ladder If Statements [ If-Else-If ] Statement in java – ICSE Ladder If Statements [ If-Else-If ] with example

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Ladder If Statements [ If-Else-If ] Statement in java – ICSE Ladder If Statements [ If-Else-If ] with example Ladder If Statements [ If-Else-If ] :- The Ladder If statements are also called as the Stair Case because of the appearance. Here the expressions are evaluated from the Top to […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Nested If Statement in java – ICSE Nested If Statement with example

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Nested If Statement in java – ICSE Nested If Statement with example A nested If is an If that has another if in its body or in the body of the else block or in both. Syntax :- if(expression) { True Block of Statements if(expression) { __________ __________ } else […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – If-Else Statement in java – ICSE If-Else Statement with example

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – If-Else Statement in java – ICSE If-Else Statement with example If-Else Statement :- In this If-Else Statement, if the expression evaluates to True, then the True Block of Statements are executed, otherwise the False block of statements are executed. Syntax :- if(expression) { True Block of Statements _________________________ _________________________ } […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Simple If Statement in java – ICSE Simple If Statement with example

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Simple If Statement in java – ICSE Simple If Statement with example Simple If Statement :- In the Simple If Statement, the expression enclosed within the parentheses are executed. If the expression evaluates to True then the body of If Statement is executed, otherwise it is ignored. Syntax :- if(expression) […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Selection Statements- ICSE Java Notes on Selection Statements

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Selection Statements- ICSE Java Notes on Selection Statements Selection Statements : The selection statements allow to choose the set of instructions for execution depending upon an expression’s truth value. The selection statements are also called conditional statements or Decision statements. There are two types of Selection Statements namely : If […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Encapsulation in java – ICSE Java Notes

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Encapsulation in java – ICSE Java Notes Visibility Modifiers / Access Specifiers : In Java encapsulation is accomplished through the use appropriate visibility modifiers. A visibility modifier in Java is a reserved word that specifies particular characteristics of a method or a data value. An access specifier is also class […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Type Conversions in Java

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Type Conversions in Java Type Conversion : The process of converting one predefined type into another is called TYPE COVERSION. There are two types of type conversion : Implicit Type Conversion. Explicit Type Conversion. Implicit Type Conversion : The Implicit Type Conversion is also called as Coercion. The implicit type […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Arithmetic Operators and their precedence in Java

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Arithmetic Operators and their precedence in Java Arithmetic Operators : Java provides five Arithmetic Operators. The Arithmetic Operators in Java are : S.No. Operator Meaning Example 1. + Addition a+b 2. – Subtraction a-b 3. * Multiplication a*b 4. / Division a/b 5. % Modulus a%b The Arithmetic operators are […]