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Java Part 1: The Basics


Java is arguably the hottest programming language today. It can be used cross platform to build complete applications, applets and even web pages. In this 10 part series of articles, Chris will explain what Java is, and also provide working examples, clearly describing the Java language syntax.

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By: Chris Noack
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November 20, 2001
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Java Part 1: The Basics
  2. · The whats, hows and cans
  3. · What are objects?
  4. · One Name: Many Uses
  5. · Conclusion

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Java Part 1: The Basics - Conclusion
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Well, there you have it. A quick run down of the Java language, a list of some of its features and several comparisons to other object orientated languages such as C++.

Join me for the second article in this series, which will discuss the syntax of the Java language and provide you with some examples to get you started!
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