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hi,

1.java is pure object oriented language are not. If it is pure oop
what is the reason.And if it is not pure oop then what is the reasons.
2.What are the disadvantages of using threads in java?
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"jaffar" is hardly an appropriate subject for your question. Please use meaningful subjects. Read this for more info.

Moreover, please take the time to choose the correct forum for your questions. This forum is for questions on Servlets.

I have moved your post to the Java in General forum for you.
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1. This is a question that, for some reason, is asked regularly here and on other Internet forums. Some purists say that Java is not "100% object oriented", because not everything in Java is an object - there is a distinction between primitive types and objects, for example.

Note that the question is not very interesting in practice. It doesn't make you a better Java programmer if you can explain why or why not Java is a "pure object oriented" language or not.

2. One disadvantage of programming with threads is that it's more complex, and you have to be very careful with thread synchronization issues - if you don't be careful, you can make very hard to track bugs. This isn't specific to Java (i.e., it is the same in other programming languages).


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