By Uttam Kumar Roy

Complicated Java Programming is a textbook particularly designed for undergraduate and postgraduate scholars of laptop technology, info know-how, and machine purposes (BE/BTech/BCA/ME/M.Tech/MCA). Divided into 3 elements, the booklet presents an exhaustive assurance of themes taught in complex Java and different comparable matters. It first introduces vital language positive factors resembling mirrored image, JNI, template, AWT and swing, defense and so on. the second one half essentially specializes in center community programming recommendations resembling sockets, RMI, Mail, XML-RPC and so forth. The cutting-edge techniques akin to cleaning soap, Applet, Servlet, JSP, JDBC, Hibernate, JMS, J2EE, JNDI, CORBA, JSF and so on. were mentioned within the final half. The content material is more suitable with various illustrations, examples, software codes, and screenshots. With its lucid presentation and inclusion of diverse real-world examples and codes, the ebook might be both invaluable for Java pros

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This ensures that if the file is opened, it is also closed. txt"); try { //file related operations... close(); } } catch(Exception e) { //.. } This can handle all of the checked exceptions. txt"); try { //file related operations... close(); } catch(Exception e} { //... 2 Some Properties The finally block, if used, must be placed after all catch blocks. So, the following is illegal as finally block does not follow all catch blocks: try { //... } finally { } catch(Exception e) {} However, probably you have already noticed that a finally block may exist without any catch block as follows: try { //...

KEYWORDS Block tags—Tags that take the form @tagname and must start at the beginning of a line or after any leading spaces and an optional asterisk In-line tags—Tags that appear within curly braces, as {@tagname} and can appear anywhere in the comment Doc comments—Java documentation comments to be processed by javadoc tool jar—A Java tool that can bundle multiple files into a single one and vice versa. Heap dump—A file that contains data representing the snapshot of a JVM heap javadoc—A Java toll used to generate HTML documentation pages from doc comments JAVA TOOLS 23 javap—A command line tool that displays information in brief about the methods, constructors and fields present in the specified class(es) systems and running (usually remote) JVMs jcmd— A Java tool used to send diagnostic commands to a specified JVM lvmid—An identifier which typically, but not necessarily, is the operating system’s process identifier for the JVM process jdb—A command line, interactive, Java tool used to debug Java code JDI—A high-level Java API that defines the mechanisms for communication between debuggers and similar jhat—A Java toll used to retrieve information from a heap dump OQL—A query language similar to SQL and used to query heap dumps SUMMARY Java beginners often use javac and java to compile and run Java programs.

2. Explain with examples the syntax of javadoc command. 10. Describe with examples the syntax of javap command. 11. What is the function of jcmd? 3. Which delimiters are used to write javadoc comments? 12. Describe with examples the syntax of jcmd command. 4. Describe briefly the different files generated by javadoc. 13. Demonstrate how jcmd can be used as flight recorder command. 5. Describe the structure of javadoc comments. 14. What is the full form of jhat? 6. What is difference between block tags and in-line tag?

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