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Where can i find java language specifications on the net ?? and what all things do i need to study from the same??
 
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http://java.sun.com/docs/books/jls/second_edition/html/jIX.fm.html
this is the link to it.
 
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Hi Monica,
JLS is very important thing for people who really wnt to learn JAVA. ..coz all the concept of Java are in JLS from Sun Microsystem so there is no misunderstanding like in other authres book as we normally see.
(e.g. 'true' , 'false' and 'null' are not keywords but are literals according to JLS 2.0 . But in many books it was said as Keywords)
So link was already given to u.
Thankx,
Tejas Nakawala
 
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