What is Java?

Srinivas
Srinivas

Posted On: Dec 17, 2020

 

Java is an object-oriented programming language to develop software. It is originated by Sun Microsystem by James Gosling and his followers. A popular quote for JAVA is “Write once run anywhere.” Therefore we can say that JAVA is a platform-independent language. It uses an interpreter rather than a compiler to convert source code to byte code. THen Byte code is converted to the object code. It enables programmers to write computer instructions using English-based commands instead of having to write in numeric codes. It is a secure and simple language. It supports automatic memory allocation and deallocation.

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