CPE342 Object-Oriented Problem Solving

Course Description

This course aims to introduce students to object-oriented programming by building on the understanding of procedural programming and provide them with object-oriented programming skills to solve computational problems. The course includes practicing object-oriented programs development, editing, compiling, linking, and debugging using Java. The core of this course is studying objects and classes and how they are used to represent data. Through the study of objects and classes, this course introduces students to the concepts of inheritance, polymorphism, abstraction, overriding, reuse, encapsulation, etc…


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Course Outline , Course Syllabus


Programming Fundamentals: Part IPart II



Objects & Classes: Part I , Part II , Part III

Inheritance & Polymorphism: Part IPart II

Abstract Classes and Methods



Exception Handling



Lab Documents

Lab0 Tutorial

Lab1: Tutorial, Sheet

Lab2: Tutorial, Sheet

Lab3: Tutorial, Sheet

Lab4: Tutorial, Sheet, Code

Lab5: Tutorial, Sheet

Lab6: Tutorial, Sheet, Solution

Lab7: Tutorial, Sheet

Lab8: Tutorial/Sheet, Files

Lab9: Tutorial, Sheet, Files

Additional Material


Quiz-5 solved: Form-A, Form-B

Midterm Samples: Sample-1, Sample-2

 Sample of Lab-Final Exam

 Sample Final Exam



All lab assignments should be submitted to the following email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If the assignment includes code submission, make sure you submit only your .java file(s). If there are several files in your submission, compress the files and submit a .rar or .zip file. DO NOT submit separate files, otherwise your solution will not be graded.

Late submissions (after the deadline) will not be accepted.

Assignment # Assignment Document Assignment Deadline
 1  pdf  Saturday, October 14th Midnight 
 2 pdf Saturday, October 21st Midnight
3 pdf

Saturday, October 28th Midnight

Tuesday, October 31st Midnight

4 pdf

Saturday, November 4th Midnight

5 pdf

Saturday, November 11th Midnight

6 pdf

Friday, December 8th Midnight

7 pdf

No submission required






Sum (60)


Final Grades (with letters)