Java learning videos

by Vahid 25. January 2009 17:04

i just found a set of java and eclips learning videos. these are good mostely for begginers.

you can find them here

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=200662

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Comparision between C# and JAVA

by Vahid 25. January 2009 15:30

 

here is a quick comparision between microsoft c# (.net) and java 

 

Concept C# Java Notes
Virtual machine CLR JVM CLR is not quite the same as JVM concept, but very similar.
Namespace namespace/
using
package/
imports
C# allows multiple namespaces in a file, Java does not.
Attributes [attribute] @annotation C# 1.0, Java 1.5
Base class base super  
abstract objects abstract class abstract class  
abstract methods abstract abstract  
sealed objects sealed final In both cases, sealing is discouraged.
sealed methods sealed final  
replacement methods new keyword not supported Effectively ignores the base method.
constants const / readonly final static  
Enum's enum keyword enum keyword C# 1.0, Java 1.5
virtual functions explicit virtual always virtual This is one of the gotcha's when working between the two languages
override intention override @Override (though members override by default) Causes compiler error if method is not actually overriding a base method.
Class/Type representation of simple types Map 1:1 with the simple type keywords. Behave different to simple type keywords. C# seems more natural than Java in it's behavior
Getters/Setters get/set keywords, behave like properties Explicit get/set methods Again, C# seems more natural with this.
Events Typically via delegates Typically via interfaces  
Reference equivalence

Object.

ReferenceEquals()

== Another C# vs Java gotcha.
Value equivalence

== or

Object.Equals()

object.equals(),

== for value types

Java's choice of using == for reference equals adds to the need to distinguish between objects and value types.
Object introspection Object.GetType() object.class Very similar
Exceptions thrown by method implicit throws keyword Actually liking Java's philosophy here, albeit taking some getting used to.
Stack scoping using keyword, or try/finally keywords  try/finally keywords 'using' keyword is syntax sugar that calls IDisposable.Dispose() method at end of block.
Simple synchronization lock keyword synchronized keyword 'synchronized' can also be used on a method.
Generics class<type> class<type> C# 2.0. Java 1.5. C# has a cleaner implementation and discovery of generics in reflection. In Java, class and class<type> cannot co-exist. class becomes synonymous to class<object>.
Output parameters out, ref Not allowed Not a huge loss in Java, there are simple workarounds.
Switch fall-through Not allowed Allowed  
iteration foreach(type x in y) for (type x : y) C# 1.0. Java 1.5.
Lambda/Closures => (future) C# 3.0. Java 1.7 (maybe)

 

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