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Basic Java Variables
In Java information that can be changed as the program runs is stored in variables. A variable is created with a statement that has the type and the name of the variable, and sometimes the value of the information being stored. More ...

Introduction to Java - A Brief Overview
Java is a broadly useful programming language with various components that make the language appropriate for use on the World Wide Web. There are more than nine million Java programmers and more than three billion cellphones run it. More ...

How to Create the Most Basic Java Window
A lot of Java programming involves creating command line applications. But I like to get to opening a graphic window as quickly as possible. This is no problem because it's actually very easy to create a basic JFrame window. More ...

Display Quotation Mark in Text in a Java Program
To define a String in Java, you enclosed it within quotation marks. These quotation marks are not shown when you display the string. More ...

Java Keywords
The Java programming language has 50 keywords. Each keyword has a specific meaning in the language. You can't use a keyword for anything other than its pre-assigned meaning. The following table lists Java's keywords. More ...

Display a Backslash in Text in a Java Program
Within a string there may be special characters that are used to produce things like new lines, tabs, backspaces, and carriage returns. A special character is prefixed by a backslash. More ...

Display Text in a Java Program
In computer programming, a letter or digit is called a character and a collection of letters or digits that make a phrase, sentence, or paragraph, is called a string. Example code to display a string in java is provided in this article. More ...

Change the Case of Text in a Java Program
If you compare two characters or two strings, Java will say they are different if all the characters are not the same case. To make a comparison without consideration for case, you can first convert all the characters in a string to lower case using the String objects toLowerCase toUpperCase method. More ...

Reading Files with Java
Without the ability to read files, your application would be severely limited. In this article I show you; how to use the JfileChooser dialog box to select a file, how to display the contents of the file in your applications window, and how to scroll the Window. More ...

New Features In Java 9
The latest version of Java has with over 150 new features, several new features and APIs to accelerate development of applications for both large and small devices. At the same time, the features provided by Java 9 help programmers to improve application's performance, security, and maintainability. More ...

How to Use Boolean Expressions in Java
A Java boolean can have one of two values: true or false. In some languages, such as C or C++, integer values can be treated as a boolean, with 0 equal to false and any other value equal to true. Not so in Java. In Java, you can't convert between an integer type and a boolean type. More ...

Java Operators
Operators are special characters used to manipulate operands. This artice explains arithmetic, relational, bitwise, logical, and assignment Operators, as well the conditional Operator and instanceof Operator. More ...

Java for Loop
A loop is a block of statements that are repeated. A loop may be repeated a fixed number of times, repeat until some condition is met, or can loop indefinitely while the program is running. There are three main loop control structures available in Java: for, do and while. More ...

A Comparison Between The Java IDEs: Netbeans and Eclipse
Both NetBeans and Eclipse are open source and cross platform Java IDEs. Eclipse is supported by IBM, whereas NetBeans is supported by Oracle. Each IDE provides several innovative features and tools to simplify and speedup Java application development. More ...