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Prathiba krishnamurthy
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Why java is not a fully object oriented programming language?
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Valentin Crettaz
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Why java is not fully oops?
What do you mean by that?
why java doesnot support multiple inheritance?
Javaworld: Why not multiple inheritance?
Multiple Inheritance in Java
Multiple Inheritance and Interfaces
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Because of efficiency. Java is ALMOST a fully OO language. However it was decided to allow for a few primitive types to performance reasons. Arrays, while they ARE objects, are also treated specially by the JVM.


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