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VERSIONS
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SUITE
SYSTEM
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CLASS
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FREE PASCAL
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CORE
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JVM
CLASSPATH
KAFFE
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Definitions

  1. Class libraries are being developed to support compiled Java code.
  2. Class libraries are essentially collections of behaviors that you can call when you want those individual behaviors in your program.
  3. The Class Libraries is basically a superset of The Java API with more information about the way the classes work, and it includes numerous code samples.
  4. The VMxp(TM) class libraries are less then 100k and the VM (depending on the compiler and the targeted CPU) is approximately 150k.

Particular Class

  1. In other words, J2ME defines an appropriate set of class libraries and virtual machine technology for a particular class of product.

Class Browser

  1. Visual Foxpro is a dynamic object oriented language that supports multiple class libraries, a class browser.

Base Class Libraries

  1. The core components include the C# compiler, the virtual machine, and the base class libraries.

Range

  1. A configuration defines the minimum set of class libraries available for a range of devices.

Programming Language

  1. Thoroughly revised from start to finish, this edition fully covers the features of the current release of the Java programming language and class libraries.

Useful

  1. The CD-ROM includes many immediately useful Java class libraries and four complete applications that use the Java class libraries.

Developer

  1. Other vendors supply all of the class libraries and allow the developer to select which optional libraries are required for their applications.
  2. ATL class libraries and MFC allow a developer to create a variety of COM objects.

Extension

  1. A relatively new extension of the class library concept is to have a framework of class libraries.
  2. An extension that adds graphical user interface class libraries to the Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT).

Versions

  1. To speed up applications, the Java VM is supplied with natively compiled versions of the core Java class libraries, ORB, and JDBC.

Second

  1. Second, there's the core Java class libraries.

Suite

  1. IBiz QuickBooks Integrator is a suite of class libraries and PHP extensions for Internet-enabled QuickBooks (QBXML) integration.

System

  1. The invention includes a new system for developing class libraries and Object-Oriented programs.

Hardware

  1. Second, the class libraries provide an abstract interface to tasks that would normally depend heavily on the hardware and operating system.

Vendors

  1. A number of vendors offer their class libraries as freeware, shareware, and commercial products.

Version

  1. As the title suggests, this book is intended to be updated whenever a new major version of the Java class libraries is released.

Standard

  1. The JAVA Class Libraries 218 are libraries existing in the standard JAVA system.

Platform

  1. The Java class libraries serve three purposes within the Java Platform.

Jre

  1. Currently the class libraries included in the JRE are still proprietary software.

Application

  1. It can accept both application code and class libraries that form the Java2 environment.

Embedded Systems

  1. What is clear is that many of the class libraries defined for use on PCs are inappropriate for embedded systems.

Interface

  1. The JVM libraries use this interface to enable the functionality of the Java class libraries.

Interfaces

  1. Core Java class libraries provide the interfaces and Oracle JDBC drivers implement those interfaces to access an Oracle database.
  2. Interfaces to the JAVA Class Libraries 218 specify what symbolic values correspond to specific calls to the library routines.

Class

  1. Each package contains multiple interfaces and class libraries, each of which in turn contains multiple fields and class methods.
  2. To perform the symbolic interpretation, TGS Driver Program 224 needs the JAVA class libraries 218 to resolve any external references in the.class files.

Language

  1. You'll get complete details on the Java language, its class libraries, and its development environment along with hundreds of examples and expert techniques.
  2. The Java language and packages are similar to C++ and its class libraries.

Free Pascal

  1. The class libraries and development environment for Free Pascal that emulate Delphi.

Lazarus

  1. Lazarus is the class libraries for Free Pascal that emulate Delphi.

Development Tools

  1. Additional Libraries (In the lib subdirectory.) Additional class libraries and support files required by the development tools.

Set

  1. Only the class libraries that are needed to support this set of software tasks are included on the device.
  2. This bundle includes a Java Virtual Machine, and a set of standard class libraries.

Subset

  1. Some vendors supply only a subset of the Java class libraries, which causes these implementations to be incompatible with the standard Java specifications.
  2. Android supports a rough (but large) subset of the Java 1.5 class libraries.

Compilers

  1. Subtleware fits into your existing C++ development environment by working with your preferred C++ design tools, compilers, and class libraries.

Compiler

  1. The kits include the Java compiler, Java debugger and Java class libraries for generating Java bytecode.

Core Class Libraries

  1. The Java core class libraries are logically divided into packages that provide commonly-used functionality, such as basic language support (java.
  2. Complexity of the program—the amount of core class libraries that the Oracle JVM uses as the program runs, as opposed to the program itself.

Core

  1. The Java platform consists of the language, the virtual machine, and a set of core class libraries.
  2. A set of core class libraries for the Java programming language.
  3. There are features of the language, virtual machine, and core class libraries that facilitate the creation of secure applications.

Programmers

  1. Although class libraries allow programmers to use and reuse many small pieces of code, each programmer puts those pieces together in a different way.
  2. Teams of programmers are often involved in developing class libraries and specializing existing class libraries.

Frameworks

  1. With class libraries, programmers reuse only implementations, whereas with frameworks, they reuse design.

Apis

  1. Profiles define additional class libraries and APIs needed to enable domain-specific applications on a particular configuration.

Jdk

  1. It consists of a set of packages that are distributed with the JDK as class libraries.
  2. The language as such has been stable since JDK 1.0; the class libraries that come with the JDK got larger and have changed in some parts.

Libraries

  1. These class libraries may be the standard libraries that come with the JAVA compiler or other libraries that the user requires for the JAVA source code 200.
  2. Class libraries Java libraries are the compiled bytecodes of source code developed by the JRE implementor to support application development in Java.

Jvm

  1. The class path is a list of the class libraries needed by the JVM and other Java applications in order to run your program.
  2. The JVM is distributed along with a set of standard class libraries that implement the Java API (Application Programming Interface).

Classpath

  1. DESCRIPTION The CLASSPATH tells the Java Virtual Machine and other Java applications and tools where to find the class libraries.

Kaffe

  1. A particularly important upstream project for Kaffe is GNU Classpath, which provides the core class libraries.

Standard Set

  1. The large, standard set of class libraries brings powerful tools to Java developers on all platforms.

Virtual Machines

  1. The original and reference implementation Java compilers, virtual machines, and class libraries were developed by Sun from 1995.
  2. The original and reference implementation Java compiler s, virtual machines, and class libraries were developed by Sun from 1995.
  3. Prior java virtual machines typically load the predefined classes from class libraries contained in a local or a remote file system.

Virtual Machine

  1. Kaffe is a cleanroom, open source implementation of a Java virtual machine and class libraries.
  2. Configurations Configurations are composed of a virtual machine and a minimal set of class libraries.
  3. It includes new versions of the Java Virtual Machine, Java class libraries, and development tools.

Class Libraries

  1. It consists of the JVM and a subset of the JDK 1.1 APIs, including core and optional APIs and class libraries.
  2. PersonalJava comprises the Java virtual machine and a subset of the Java API, including core and optional APIs and class libraries.
  3. For example, end-users typically interface with the Java virtual machine and the standard set of class libraries.

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  1. Information Technology > Computers > Operating Systems > Virtual Machine
  2. Standard Set
  3. Programming Languages > Java > Java Virtual Machine > Kaffe
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