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Difference between java and javaw command of JDK
Difference between java and javaw command of JDK
what is difference between java.exe and javaw.exe. This is one question asked to one of my friend recently, well both javaw and java command comes along with JDK installation and used to run Java program, only difference between Java and javaw command is that former provides console while later does not.
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Java Tutorial #3: Using variables
Java Tutorial #3: Using variables
ok, this one shows you how to make a few variables and print them out in the console. i also explain a bit of the difference between println and print. if you dont understand anything of this, look at my first tutorials.
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Create Web services apps with Eclipse and Java SE 6
Create Web services apps with Eclipse and Java SE 6
Use the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) 6 to create a stand-alone Web services application that can be run from the console. In this tutorial, the first in a series, start by getting familiar with the Eclipse IDE. Configure the environment; create projects, packages, and classes; then run the application from the command line.
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Cross-platform development with JRuby and Swing
Cross-platform development with JRuby and Swing
In addition to building Web and console applications with Ruby, you can write complex GUI desktop applications that run unmodified on multiple platforms. This article introduces Monkeybars, a library that uses JRuby and Swing for building applications, and takes you through an example application.
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 SMI-S-Based Storage Device Simulator
SMI-S-Based Storage Device Simulator
Facilitate the testing of management applications for heterogeneous storage devices using a Storage Management Initiative Specification-based simulation tool. This tool allows you to simulate storage devices from a console, enabling testing of storage device management architecture. This testing saves time and expense and eliminates the cost of purchasing actual storage devices.
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Console applications with Java 6
Console applications with Java 6
In Java 6 a better way of interacting with the command prompt was introduced, the java.io.Console class. Together with the utility class java.util.Scanner introduced in Java 5 this new API can be used to develop more advanced Java console applications.
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Java Tool Tutorial Book
Java Tool Tutorial Book
"Java Tool Tutorials" is a free tutorial book based on notes and sample codes collected by the author while he was learning Java tools himself. Topics includes: book, breakpoint, class, classpath, debugging, free, import, java, javac, jar, jdb, J2SE, JDK, JPDA, notes, source, sourcepath, thread, tutorials. Key sections: 'javac' - The Java Compiler - "-sourcepath" - Specifying Source Path - "-d" - Specifying Output Directory - "import" Statements - 'java' - The Java Launcher - "-classpath" - Specifying Class Path - "-jar" - Executable JAR Files - "-X" Options to Control Memory Size - "javaw" - Launching Java Applications without Console - 'jdb' - The Java Debugger - Attaching "jdb" to Running Applications - Debugging Commands - Multi-Thread Debugging Exercise - JAR File Format and 'jar' Tool - JAR Files Are ZIP Files - Adding "manifest" to JAR Files - Using JAR Files in Class Paths - Creating Executable JAR Files - JCA - Certificates, 'keytool' and 'keystore' - Certificates and Certificate Chains - Key and Certificate Management Tool - Generating Key Pairs and Self-Signed Certificates - Exporting and Import Certificates - Cloning Certificates with New Identities
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Your First Java Program - Hello World and Console
Your First Java Program - Hello World and Console
An easy to follow tutorial for Java beginners. It generalizes a lot of things, but it is quick and to the point. Includes Hello World, Console, and more to come in the following days.
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Tutorial -
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Like every first tutorial, this tutorial will show you how to display "Hello World," but in two ways. The first most simple way, will print "Hello World" to the console, the second (although I wont fully explain everything until later tutorials) will display "Hello World" using the OOP aspect of Java.
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