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Java FAQ Collection

 
Author: ibiblio.org
Category: Java FAQ
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This resource coers most of the Java basics and covers the frequently asked questions.  Topics includes  1: What is Java? 1.1: Where did Java come from?  1.2: Doesn't the World Wide Web have something to do with this?  1.3: What platforms does Java run on?  1.4: Do I need to know C++ to learn Java?  1.5: Where does Javascript fit in?  1.6: What's the difference between an application and an applet? 

2: What other Java Resources are available?
2.1Web Sites
2.2: Mailing Lists
2.3: Newsgroups
2.4: Books
3: Java for C++ programmers
3.1: Data Types
3.2: Control Statements
3.3: Command Line Arguments
3.4: Comments
3.5: Classes
3.6: How is Java unlike C++?
4: How Do I...
4.1: Make a linked list without pointers?
4.2: How do I scanf, readln, etc. in Java?
4.3: How do I convert strings to numbers?
4.4: How Do I Call C Code from Java?
4.5: How Do I Call Java from C?
4.6: How do you do multiple inheritance?
4.7: Can I write objects to and read objects from a file or other stream?
4.8: How do I call the native API from Java?
4.9: How do I pass a function pointer to a method?
4.10: How do I load and display formatted HTML?
4.11: How do I play a sound in an application?
5: Programming Applets
5.1: Can applets communicate with each other?
5.2: Can applets launch programs on the server?
5.3: Can applets launch programs on the client?
5.4: Can I record audio from an applet?
5.5: How can I make my applets work well on multiple browsers and virtual machines?
6: Language Issues
6.1: What does it mean that a class or member is "final"?
6.2: What does it mean that a method or field is "static"?
6.3: What does it mean that a method or class is abstract?
6.4: What's an interface?
6.5: Why doesn't Java include insert your favorite feature here?
6.6: Is Java CORBA compliant?
6.7: Can I cast an int to an Integer? a float to a Float?
6.8: How do I version a class?
6.9: Why isn't there operator overloading?
6.10: Does Java have pointers?
6.11: Does Java pass method arguments by value or by reference?
6.12: Are there parameterized types (templates)?
6.13: How does garbage collection work?
6.14: PERFORM and BECOME
7: java.awt
7.1: What Does AWT Stand For?
7.2: What are peer "classes"?
7.3: Can you explain how events are passed?
7.4: Clipping
7.5: How do I change the thickness of the line?
7.6: What fonts does Java support?
8: java.io
8.1:How do I read data from a file?
8.2: How do I write data to a file?
8.3: How do I append data to a file?
8.4: How do I format numbers like C's printf()?
9: java.net
9.1: How do I convert a numeric IP address like 199.1.32.90 into a host name like star.blackstar.com?
9.2: How can a Java program talk to a CGI program?
9.3: How can an applet send email?
9.4: How can I use ICMP in Java?
9.5: How do I make Java work with a proxy server?
10: java.util
10.1: How random is Random()?
10.2: How do I generate a random integer between a and b?
11: Common Errors and Problems
11.1: How Can I Avoid Flicker in an Applet?
11.2: Can you explain CLASSPATH?
11.3: Why won't my audio clip play?
11.4: When I load the page Netscape gives me a java.lang.ClassFormatError.
11.5: Netscape gives me "Applet Not Initialized Error"
11.6: Other Netscape Problems
11.7: I keep getting access privilege violations, " Java tried to read file foo.class in directory bar."
11.8: javac keeps insisting that it can't find the right constructor function in my class, but I'm sure it's in a file I imported. Why is it even looking in my class instead of the imported file?
11.9: NullPointerExceptions with arrays of objects
11.10: Can't make static reference to method type myMethod in class myClass
11.11: Why do I have trouble when using == to compare Strings?
12: Security
12.1: System Level Security
12.2: User Level Security
13: Tools
13.1: IDE
13.2: Debugger
13.3: Editors
13.4: YACC grammar
13.5: Profilers
14: The Java Virtual Machine and Byte Code
14.1: Can I program directly in byte code?
14.2: Optimizing Java
14.3: Disassembly, Decompilation, and Obfuscation

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