Now talking about Java. It is a programming language that was invented by James Gosling and developed by Sun Microsystems. Now, it was first released in the year 1995, and after that several new versions have been launched. Java is definitely one of the most popular object-oriented programming languages.
Let’s move on and have a look at the different parameters of comparison for these two languages. So in today’s session, we will have a look at the different parameters like the oops concert the platform syntax compilation learning curve scope and support of these two languages and see how they are actually different from each other.
Now moving on to the next comparison parameter we have the Platform now talking about platform Java applications and programs run in Java virtual machines or the jvm also for that you need to install the jdk and JRE. So these are all basically the Java development tools and you have the virtual machine in order to execute your code in Java. So all your programs would be running inside this jvm.
Now moving on to the next parameter. We have the syntax. X now if you are well Granted with the code of java, you know that it is quite similar to C or D C++ programming language. So in Java, you basically use the classes and objects. So whenever you’re writing a code in Java, you need to define various classes and objects for your code. And this concept is very similar to how you do your coding in C C++ languages.
So now let’s move on to the next parameter and next up. We have the compilation not talking about compilation. Java programs are actually compiled and interpreted as it is a programming language. So while you are compiling or while you’re executing any Java code, the first thing that you need to do is the first step is to compile the code, and then it’s interpreted.
Now Java has various online forums documentation and Community Support so you can learn this language to build various applications. So it’s very easy for you to start with. Java because you will get a lot of support on the internet and if you want to build anything on your own, you can just look for it on the internet and find out solutions for it. And also it will provide you different steps to help you understand the language better
Now the final comparison factor is I’m now talking about support. Java is supported by almost all operating systems. So you would not face much trouble while you are executing your code in Java because you have support from all the different operating systems like Windows Linux Etc. And it makes our work easier because you can write your code on any of these operating systems.