Java programming language is better than other languages
Java programming language has been developed due to requirement of java software in market. Java was introduced at Sun Microsystems. Java programming language is just like C but has different features and mechanism. In fact this is the independent platform. The prominent feature of java is that it can be run on any machine by using any of the operating system, while other programs are platform constraints. You have to install and run the program and then to compile through java compiler. And after this necessary process, java is ready to work on any platform.
It has many features
Any of the syntactical or logical errors are checked and verified through the compiler. If it finds any of troubleshooting or errors, it will notify them otherwise it will develop the executable file for program. But through java programming language complier does not require complete executable file but it will create the byte code file. The byte code file will be interpreted by java virtual machine that has built within the browser. Moreover, java programming is also very convenient for internet. First of all java was launched on web browser which was itself in java and was known as hot java browser. Due to the excellent features and facilities of java programming language the popularity of java become very famous in all over the world.
You can learn about java programming language through books and internet
Many of the books can be studied to study and learn more about java programming language. Moreover, different websites have also been developed about java programming language and you have the opportunity to study and enhance your knowledge.
Moreover, java applets are java programs which are inside an HTML page. The applet is automatically downloaded when the page is reviewed. Java is called as unlimited and you can use to establish any application by using java programming language. Many of the advancements are also made through experienced professionals of java programming language.
Article publié pour la première fois le 30/09/2011