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Sunday, 13 March 2011

About Java

                       Java is an Object-Oriented Programming  (OOP) language. It was created by James Gosling, at Sun Microsystems. Inc, in 1991. It was initially called "Oak", until it was renamed to "Java" in 1995. Java basically consists of most of the structure of C++, but its new features include :
  • Java is an object-oriented programming language.
  • It has new concepts of concept of classes and objects.
  • Programs can be compiled as well as interpreted.
  • Java programs can create Applets.
  • It is machine-independent.
  • It has improved security.
  • The programs are re-usable.
  • Java doesn't require any preprocessor (like # in C or C++).
  • Java is case-sensitive.

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