in this i hava one query..but for supporting multiple inheritance interface is supported..then why don't we call as object orientated..again is there any instance for operator overloading like multiple inheritance..plz reply me
interface was not the concept of oops,it was added later,we can call java object oriented but not pure,there is no alternative for operator overloading,
how do i use java in windows 7 ,path setting , compilation etc.. help
same as windows xp....
same way go to my computer-> properties-> advanced system setting(left panel)-> environment variable(in the new window)-> then set your class path, compilation is same as xp go to run->cmdif u do not find run in start menu then there is a search bar below type there "cmd".now you will get the command promt and now you must know how to do,
ya...there is one instance for Operator Overloading.Take an example...'+' This operator is used for Arithmetic addition as well as for Concatenation..But this is for developer sake...not for the user
For windows 7 follow the instruction:1.go to my computer.2.right click it and go for properties.3.click on either Remote settings/System protection/Advanced System Settings.4.A new window will open ,then choose advanced.5. then go for Environmental variables.6.Inside the system variable frame ,search for a variable named as path.click on edit.don't change anything in the previous value,rather put a semicolon at the end of the value.then paste the path of the JDK to that place followed by another semicolon.7.then click ok.8.In the user variable frame click on new.Provide the variable name as classpath.Variable value is the bin folders path followed by a semi colon.9.Then click ok and ok and ok.10.To check it is correct or not open command prompt and type javac or javap...
Hey Java is a pure object oriented programming language,because we can change the primitive datatypes into object(Wrapper Classes).,So Java is an PURE OBJ OREN Programming lang.