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Java Part 2: Syntax


In this, part two of this ten part series on Java, Chris looks at the Java language syntax, variable declerations, truth conditions, loops and more. He finishes by wrapping everything up into a simple Java function.

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By: Chris Noack
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November 27, 2001
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Java Part 2: Syntax
  2. · Decleration and assignment
  3. · Making code more readable
  4. · Truth operations
  5. · Iterations and looping
  6. · The while loop
  7. · Putting it all together
  8. · Conclusion

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So there we have it, some simpe Java language syntax, declerations and assignments, etc.

Look forward to the next Java tutorial in which I will discuss more advanced grammar features, functions and their usage. I will also discuss the primitive types that Java defines.
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