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Microsoft Visual J++ Java Fail

Visual J++ (pronounced “Jay Plus Plus”) is Microsoft’s discontinued implementation of Java. Syntax, keywords, and grammatical conventions were the same as Java’s. It was introduced in 1996[1] and discontinued in January 2004,[2] replacing it to a certain …

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How we got the [Java] generics we have

Before we can talk about where generics are going, we first have to talk about where they are, and how they got there. This document will focus primarily on how we arrived at the generics we have now, and why, as a means of setting the groundwork for how …

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Inside Java Newscast #1

#Java #OpenJDK #JDKJava 16 was released last week and already the first Java Enhancement Proposals are targeted for the 17 release in September. In the first…

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Modern Java Switch Expressions

Let’s look at the newer, slightly modified syntax for switch, called Switch Expressions. With it, case distinctions can be formulated much more elegantly than before.

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Playing with Java Records

Playing with Java 16+ Records. The code: https://adambien.blog/roller/abien/entry/playing_with_java_records See you at: https://airhacks.live…

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