Java’s not so bad.

Well, I’ve been looking deeper and deeper into Java. It’s not as bad as I once thought. I think of Java as¬†Visual Baisc that runs off any machine. Because Java needs the Java Runtime Environment, as long as you have that on your system, you can run the Java bytecode. This makes Java protable. Java’s functions are pretty easy to memorize. They’re all logical references. For instance, System.out.print(). That uses the System class to output something. Pretty easy. It’s like that with most languages, but some more advanced functions like “filewriter” is the class that allows you to write information to data. It’s these simple things that allow you program things fast because you don’t have to lookup a function you forgot.

I like and dislike how Java has a couple of classes that do the same thing. One might work better, but requires more code. Seems kind of silly to do things this way. Why wouldn’t you just do it the way that will make the program work more stable?

Well that’s it for today. I have a few e-mails to send out and a Math¬†Quiz to Study for :P

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