Day to Day: Learning Java Programming Language – Part I

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4 Responses

  1. Prashant says:

    Provide links to Part II & subsequent parts…

  2. Eduardo Medina says:

    Well, I have one thing to tell you.

    Since the version 7, Java is based on OpenJDK, so you don’t need Oracle Java to run Java applications if you have OpenJDK 1.7. Currently I can run the official NetBeans under OpenJDK and I don’t have any problem.

    I think that Debian Wheezy uses OpenJDK 1.7, so you don’t need to install Oracle Java to work those technology on Linux.

  3. Gaurav says:

    I really appreciate your efforts ……….great effort man

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