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 +====== Java Features ======
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 +Simple :
 +
 +    Java is Easy to write and more readable and eye catching.
 +    Java has a concise, cohesive set of features that makes it easy to learn and use.
 +    Most of the concepts are drew from C++ thus making Java learning simpler.
 +
 +Secure :
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 +    Java program cannot harm other system thus making it secure.
 +    Java provides a secure means of creating Internet applications.
 +    Java provides secure way to access web applications.
 +
 +Portable :
 +
 +    Java programs can execute in any environment for which there is a Java run-time system.(JVM)
 +    Java programs can be run on any platform (Linux,​Window,​Mac)
 +    Java programs can be transferred over world wide web (e.g applets)
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 +Object-oriented :
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 +    Java programming is object-oriented programming language.
 +    Like C++ java provides most of the object oriented features.
 +    Java is pure OOP. Language. (while C++ is semi object oriented)
 +
 +Robust :
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 +    Java encourages error-free programming by being strictly typed and performing run-time checks.
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 +Multithreaded :
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 +    Java provides integrated support for multithreaded programming.
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 +Architecture-neutral :
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 +    Java is not tied to a specific machine or operating system architecture.
 +    Machine Independent i.e Java is independent of hardware .
 +
 +Interpreted :
 +
 +    Java supports cross-platform code through the use of Java bytecode.
 +    Bytecode can be interpreted on any platform by JVM.
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 +High performance :
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 +    Bytecodes are highly optimized.
 +    JVM can executed them much faster .
 +
 +Distributed :
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 +    Java was designed with the distributed environment.
 +    Java can be transmit,​run over internet.
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 +Dynamic :
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 +    Java programs carry with them substantial amounts of run-time type information that is used to verify and resolve accesses to objects at run time.
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