In this section, we will learn about Control Statements, you will learn Java If Else, nested-if, if control statement in a brief.
In this section, we will learn about Java Keywords, Java Keywords is also known as a reserved keyword. Java has a total of 52 keywords. Out of these 52 keywords, 49 are in use, 1 is in preview, and 2 are not in use.
In this section, we will learn about java's basic syntax and rules. As earlier tutorials, we are familiar with Java data types and variables, as we know that Java uses Object-Oriented Concepts to make it more robust and java is a collection of objects also known as a package.
Java variables is a block of memory where data stored, variables must be declared perior to use. Java has a new features called type inference with local variables.
Java defines the two different types of data types, primitive types data, and non-primitive types data respectively. Primitive has eight data types: short, int, long, float, double, byte, char, and boolean while non-primitive has three types of data types: string, array, and classes.
In this tutorial, You will learn how you can display any text such as “Hello World” using java programming language
Key Difference: C++ vs Java C++ is platform-dependent, whereas Java is platform-independent. C++ uses compiler while Java uses both compiler and interpreter. C++ doesn’t support automatic memory management while java has built-in automatic memory management known as Garbage Collection. In C++, Interface is a class while interface is not a class in Java. C++ supports pointers,...
Java is a high-level programming language based on Object-Oriented concepts . As compared with an earlier language like c++, c++ also follows the Object-Oriented concepts but it doesn't follow full Object-Oriented Concepts rather java support full concepts of Oops, It offers a rich user interface, performance, portability, and security.