10 Best Uses of Java Programming Language

The Java Programming Language

Java is an object-oriented general-purpose programming language originally designed by James Gosling and first appeared In the middle of 1995 about 22 years ago. This programming language mainly developed by Sun Microsystem now owned by Oracle Corporation. Especially Java has been designed for the best portability. If you write Java code once you can run it everywhere where Java environment is supported.  Java programming language is using in the many domains of Practical uses. As 2016 Java is the most popular programming language in use. If you are a beginner and want to start learning Java then you may want to know what is the Practical uses of Java programming language.  Here we will discuss 10 most and best uses of Java programming language in the real world.

Java Quick Fact’s

Desgined by James Gosling
Developer’s  Oracle Corporation
Appeared in Middle of 1995
Typing Static,  nominative, strong, safe,  manifest
Influenced by Mostly C++
Run on Windows, Linux, Android
Paradigm Multi-paradigm: concurrent, object-oriented, structured, generic, reflective, imperative
File Extension .jar .class .java
License Java Community Process, GNU
Official Website https://oracle.com/java

Java Basic Syntax

Java syntax is very interesting. All the java code is written in a class and sub-classes. Java Syntax mostly influenced by C++. Java uses many C++ implementation methods such as printf  method. A Java source file must save with .java file extension. Basically, the source file name is declared after the main public class, such as HelloWorldApp.java. In order to run a java source file system must have java environment supported and the source file must be compiled in bytecode by using a java compiler. See here the most basic example of Java Programming Language.

Java Hello World Example

class HelloWorldApp {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("Hello World!"); // It will print the Hellow World Message!
    }
}

Write the above code in any text editor with java file extension and run it on a java supported environment. It will print “Hello World” message in the console. 

10 Best Uses of Java

 

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