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A Java homework question..please help!


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I have a little trouble knowing what I need to do for this question, I have my work already done but Im not too sure if its fully correct.

5. Research the use of Java as a high level programming language, give two different examples of the type of application that Java has been used to provide a software solution.


Does anyone have some specific information about it the high level programmin side of it, because I always thought that the program was always high level.

Links will be VERY helpful since It's going to be in my own words

Thanks :tazz:

Edited by Java-Head, 12 December 2005 - 03:31 PM.

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have you tried Wikipedia?

http://en.wikipedia....amming_language

-Ryan
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http://ourtunes.sourceforge.net
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Thank you everyone for the replies, the question is simple but I just didnt know if I was reading it correctly. Thanks again! :tazz:
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