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pree sree
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Joined: Jul 27, 2002
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hi,
i am new to this site and i am preparing for "the scjp".please help me to find out the meanings of all the reserved words (especially the deprecated ones).i have searched many sites and was not able to fine the right one.
preetha.
Anthony Villanueva
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Joined: Mar 22, 2002
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Here's a link to the java language specifications on keywords. HTH
Dan Chisholm
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The ultimate source of information about Java is
The Java Language Specification.
If you would like to get some practice identifying Java keywords and literals, then the Basic Exam on my mock exam web site is a good place to start. Just click the URL in my signature.


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pree sree
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Joined: Jul 27, 2002
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i did not mean the keywords,i meant their "meanings";for eg. what are cast, const, byvalue and so on
Anthony Villanueva
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Well... the JLS is still the main resource for the meanings of java keywords...
 
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