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Introduction to Java (Continuing Education)

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Introduction to Java

1. 
A                    is a program written in the Java programming language that can be included in an HTML page in the same way an image is. This program is unable to access all of the computer's resources.
2. 
An                              is a stand-alone Java program that runs as a true application, outside of a browser. It can access all of the computer's resources.
3. 
A                      is an important note in a program that is intended for human readers but is ignored by the compiler. They help the person reading the code (often you) better understand the intent and functionality of the program.
4. 
The                method is where a program starts running.
5. 
A                              is a text file in the Java language created by a programmer.
6. 
A                        file is a file of machine language for the Java virtual machine created by a Java compiler.
7. 
The program that interprets the bytecodes on your hardware called the                                               .
8. 
Java programs are created using a                              such as Notepad.
9. 
Compilers create a file containing                         .
10. 
                                                                     allows the use of icons or other
visual indicators to interact with electronic devices, rather than using only text via the command line.
11. 
               is the command used to run a Java program.
12. 
                 is the command used to compile a Java program.
13. 
List three Java naming conventions.



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