What is Java?
The multi-platform, object-oriented, and network-centric, the programming language is called Java. It is a commonly used programming language. It was first released by Sun Microsystem in 1995. And later on, was acquired by Oracle Corporation. It follows the principle of WORA(Write once run anywhere).
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|Extension||Here .java extension is used||Here .js extension is used|
|Variable Definition||Java is a strongly typed language, so the variable should be declared first before using it in the program.|
|Declaration||Here declaration of data type is done||Here declaration is not done|
|objects||Objects are class-based||Objects are prototyped based.|
- With Java, you follow the WORA principle that writes code once and runs it on almost any computing platform whereas in, Java script is a cross-platform language.