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O - Java Glossary

     

  1. Java Technology on Linux
    Java technology supports Java Platform, Java Standard Edition, Java Enterprise Edition, Java Web Services Developer Pack and the Jini Starter Pack for the Linux platform. Java technology also makes available tested servers and desktops for the Linux.
     

  2. Document Object Model
    The Document Object Model (DOM) is a an standard object model that represents HTML or XML and related formats. Document Object Model is platform as well as language-independent model.  
      

  3. Java Object
    Object is the basic entity of object oriented programming language. Object is the feature of a class, which is used for the working on the particular properties of the class or its group.
      

  4. Java 'or' operator
    OR operator is a kind of a conditional operators, which is represented by | symbol. It returns either true or false value based on the state of the variables i.e. the operations using conditional operators are performed between the two boolean expressions.
      

  5. Java ObjectOutputStream
    An ObjectOutputStream is inherited from the OutputStream class that is underlying in the java.io package. This class is used to write the primitive data types and also saves Java objects to an OutputStream that can be read by the ObjectInputStream.
      

  6. Java Data Objects
    An ObjectOutputStream is inherited from the OutputStream class that is underlying in the java.io package. This class is used to write the primitive data types and also saves Java objects to an OutputStream that can be read by the ObjectInputStream.
      

  7. JSP Implicit Objects
    Implicit objects in jsp are the objects that are created by the container automatically and the container makes them available to the developers, the developer do not need to create them explicitly. 
     

  8. OOP
    OOPs stands for Object oriented  Programming. Previously we used to follow the procedural programming paradigm while developing the software which makes it hard to add the new functionality at  the maintenance phases.
     

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