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difference between core Java and Advanced java

 
James Tharakan
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HOw is core java different from adavanced java.
Do they really differ ? ?
 
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Not sure you mean the level of difficulty ? . If so, You start from the beginner and go towards Advanced topics . It's all JAVA (except there are JEE,J2ME etc...) for different purposes.
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What i wanted to ask was... how core java and advanced java differ in terms of content.
Do they differ or not ??
 
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There is no concrete entity you can label "Advanced Java". There is just Java, some of this stuff you can do with it is harder, some of the topics it touches are more involved - but there is no list that says this belongs in the advanced pool.

Why do you ask?
 
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Originally posted by James Tharakan:
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Going in for long wordy posts, I see.
 
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Originally posted by James Tharakan:
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or may be pointing to current directory !
 
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If what you meant was Java Standard Edition and Java Enterprise Edition then- Java Enterprise Edition involves Enterprise Java Beans and Java Servlet Pages. The libraries in both the cases are quite different.

If it's Advanced and Core Java- It is categorized just for reference. Its not an official one. One author may add Multithreading into Advanced Java and the other may add it to Core Java and so on. As mentioned in previous replies its just based on the difficulty of the java Concept.
 
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If what you meant was Java Standard Edition and Java Enterprise Edition then- Java Enterprise Edition involves Enterprise Java Beans and Java Servlet Pages. The libraries in both the cases are quite different.


Aside, the Java Enterprise Edition has many, many API besides EJB and servlets, e.g. JMX, JMS, JSF, JAX-WS, JavaMail, etc.
 
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