Java programming language
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 121. Chapters: Java, Java Virtual Machine, James Gosling, Comparison of Java and C++, Java applet, Comparison of C Sharp and Java, Java syntax, Comparison of the Java and .NET platforms, OpenJDK, Quark Framework, Name mangling, Apache Harmony, List of Java keywords, Associació d'Usuaris de Java de Catalunya, Swing, Java collections framework, Java 4K Game Programming Contest, JavaFX, New I/O, Generics in Java, AgentSheets, Java Class Library, Electronic Disturbance Theater, TeachScheme!, Clone, Criticism of Java, Java Classloader, Java annotation, Java Development…mehr

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 121. Chapters: Java, Java Virtual Machine, James Gosling, Comparison of Java and C++, Java applet, Comparison of C Sharp and Java, Java syntax, Comparison of the Java and .NET platforms, OpenJDK, Quark Framework, Name mangling, Apache Harmony, List of Java keywords, Associació d'Usuaris de Java de Catalunya, Swing, Java collections framework, Java 4K Game Programming Contest, JavaFX, New I/O, Generics in Java, AgentSheets, Java Class Library, Electronic Disturbance Theater, TeachScheme!, Clone, Criticism of Java, Java Classloader, Java annotation, Java Development Kit, Interface, Plain Old Java Object, Java package, Final, Oak, Inner class, Facelets, CookXml, Pluggable look and feel, Object type, Patrick Naughton, Michael Kölling, Java hashCode(), .properties, Java: View Technologies and Frameworks, Internet Foundation Classes, Java concurrency, Event dispatching thread, Restlet, Strictfp, String Buffer, Xerlin, SLAMD, Primitive wrapper class, Head First, Elastic Path, Constant interface, Synth Look and Feel, Real time Java, Java/Wildcard, SwingLabs, CJAN, Parboiled, JAMWiki, Java resource bundle, Threads in the Java programming language, Bruno Souza, SLF4J, JGroups, Unified Expression Language, REPLAY, FormEngine, XStream, Java TV, Marker interface pattern, Javac, KonaKart, Todd Greanier, Bean Scripting Framework, Learning Based Java, Java Work Framework, Java compiler, Sun Web Developer Pack, GlassFish Metro, StormMQ, Jikes, JAD, Static import, Chainsaw, Jim Hugunin, Retrotranslator, Automated exception handling, Project Semplice, PHP/Java Bridge, Deterministic Parallel Java, The Java Posse, Jfig, JExamples, ActiveJDBC, JnSynch, Apache Muse, Omniscient Debugger, Devoxx, Celtix, Cougaar, Web Language, FloodNet, Java task force, JavaBeans Activation Framework, Jawin, Doclets, Lightweight Java, Prevayler, JPicus, Java Interface Definition Language, SLAMD Server. Excerpt: This article compares Microsoft's C# programming language with Sun's (now Oracle's) Java programming language. While the focus of this article is mainly the programming languages and their features, such a comparison will necessarily also consider some platform features and some library features. For a more detailed comparison of the platforms, please see Comparison of the Java and .NET platforms. The comparison will naturally focus on areas where the languages differ. In fact the two languages and their platforms are more alike than they are different: Both are (primarily) statically, strongly, and mostly manifestly typed, both are class-based object-oriented, both are designed with semi-interpretation or runtime compilation in mind, both use garbage-collection, and both are "curly brace" languages like C and C++. Common ancestry is also evident in their common terminology and often very similar syntax features. This section provides a comparison of the languages in terms of features they may or may not offer, or, put differently, properties they may or may not have. The absence of a feature should not automatically be regarded as a disadvantage for the given language; sometimes features may be excluded because the language designers view them as specifically detrimental, and in other cases the designers may have viewed the feature as something that would be nice to have but not worth the added language complexity. Both languages are considered "curly brace" languages in the C/C++ family. Overall the syntaxes of the languages are very similar. ...
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  • Verlag: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Seitenzahl: 124
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. Juni 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 246mm x 189mm x 7mm
  • Gewicht: 257g
  • ISBN-13: 9781156844342
  • ISBN-10: 1156844347
  • Artikelnr.: 30897677