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Sunday, 23 March 2014

Keywords in Java


We have already learnt about the keywords defination , different keywords and some important points about it in the previous post about Keywords and Identifiers in Java.
Now , after seeing all that keywords you must be feeling What do they do ? or What are their functions. In this post , we have put all the functions of all the 50 keywords in a tabular format.


Saturday, 22 March 2014

Keywords and Identifiers in Java

             
             We have learnt how to write and run a simple Java Program of Hello World.Now we have to move further with some other concepts involved in Java Programming.In this post , we will focus on two important things Keywords and Identifiers in Java,  which are the some of the many basics concepts required for programming in Java.

Saturday, 8 March 2014

Just In Time Compiler


                   
                
           We already studied about Java Virtual Machine (JVM) in detail and observed that the diagram in the previous post was showing a part inside the JVM called JIT. So in this post we will learn about Just-In-Time(JIT) compiler , the component of Java Runtime Environment. You must be having a question in mind "Why does this JIT thing is residing inside the JVM ?"

Friday, 31 January 2014

Internals of JVM





     
           We have learnt The Three Java BigShots - JDK,JVM,JRE. Also , we have seen the  Java Development Kit in (JDK) detail  . Now we will learn in depth about the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).  Java Virtual Machine is an abstract machine.
JVM is platform dependent execution environment that converts Java bytecode into machine laguage and executes it. 
Sun Microsystems has stated that there are over 5.5 billion JVM-enabled devices.



Saturday, 25 January 2014

What is inside JDK ?


         We have already seen the Three Bigshots of Java - JDK , JRE , JVM .Now we will see what actually does the Java Development Kit (JDK) contains. The Java Development Kit (JDK) is a Sun Microsystems product aimed at Java developers . On 17 November , 2006 , Sun released it under the General Public License , thus making it free software . This happened in large part on 8 May 2007, when Sun contributed the source code to the OpenJDK

Dissecting the First Java Program You Created


                      In the previous post Hello World - First Java Program we have learnt how to compile and run a Java Program. Now after learning that , here we will learn the meaning of the basic terms involved in the program . Also , what actually happened when we compile and run the program.So we will be dissecting our first Java Program - Hello World.
                (Note : Before reading this post , please atleast have a glance at the previous post . Click here .)

Friday, 24 January 2014

Hello World - First Java Program

      Hello World      We have learnt many things about Java in theory. Now , it's time to write our first actual application or a program. It’s traditional or say conventional to start learning a new programming language by writing a program called "Hello World". You can think of it as a very simple initiation into the ranks of Java programmers. All the program does is write the text "Hello World" to your computer screen.
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