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Java is a high level, third generation programming language. Java is most similar to C++ in syntax. Java has considerably more functionality than C, primarily because of the large class library. It is platform independent programming language. It works on the principle of write once and run every where. The java compiler produces a special format called byte code. Java byte code can run on any JVM i.e. Java Virtual Machine regardless of computer architecture. Byte code still need an interpreter to execute them on any given platform.
We will consider more details on java programming regarding the file names, Each java program has a name. A program must be stored in a file named with the program name and the extension.java.
For example: Program name : Hello world
File : Hello world.java will contain the Java code.
Now considering the compiling of the source code. The compiler creates the bytecode version of the code and stores it in a file with the extension.class
e.g. javac Helloworld.java will create the helloworld.class
Considering the compiler of Java, a programmer writes the Java programming statements for a program. These statements are known as source code. A text editor is used to edit and save a Java Source code file. The source code files have a .java file extension. A compiler is executed using a source code file as input.
Most compilers translate source code into executable files containing machine code. The Java compiler translates a java source file into a file that contains byte code instructions.

Java is a high-level programming language. This language will run on every platform like Mac OS, Windows, and many versions of UNIX etc. Like any other language such as C and C++, java code is compiled into byte code which is platform independent. Byte code is then interpreted by JVM (Java Virtual Machine) and then it can run on any platform. The basic syntax of java code is:
public class BasicSyntax {
public static void main(String [] args)
When java code is compiled then various parts are included and all parts have their own capabilities. First the Java Compiler that converts the main source code into the byte code using JVM, JVM is provided by the JDK (Java Development Kit). JRE (Java Runtime Environment) provide JVM with JIT (Just-In-Time) compiler that converts the intermediate byte code into machine code. A set of libraries is also included in java platform. There are various platforms which target different classes and application domains and they are: Java Card, Java ME (Micro Edition), Java SE (Standard Edition), Java EE (Enterprise Edition).
Java Card: A java based application will be run on same smart card and it will have similar memory devices.
Java ME (Micro Edition): It is mainly used to develop applications for TV set-top box, mobile phones etc.
Java SE (Standard Edition): It is used for general purposes such as use on servers, desktop and many more like these devices.
Java EE (Enterprise Edition): It is used in various APIs mainly for multi-tier client–server enterprise applications

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Swings , Java Mail API , Web Server , Tomcat , Servlet , JSP , Apache HTTP Client Application , Reading Microsoft Word documents & Excel sheet from Java ( Apache POI API ) , Apache Log4j ,SAX & DOM XML Parsers ,JSON Parser

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