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Java         
  • Alas Purwo]], eastern edge of Java
  • The 9th century [[Borobudur]] Buddhist [[stupa]] in Central Java
  • [[Parahyangan]] highland near [[Buitenzorg]], {{circa}} 1865–1872
  • Dutch colonial period]], in or before 1926
  • [[Cangkuang]] Hindu temple, a shrine for [[Shiva]], dated from the 8th century, the [[Galuh Kingdom]]
  • [[Betawi mask dance]] (''Tari Topeng Betawi'')
  • [[Jakarta]], the capital of [[Indonesia]]
  • Ujung Kulon]]; it is the world's rarest rhino.
  • Java transport network
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  • Betawi]], the local dialect as one of Malay creole dialect.
  • rice fields]] near [[Salatiga]], in [[Central Java]]
  • "Welcome!" statue]] in [[Central Jakarta]]
  • [[Mount Bromo]] in [[East Java]]
  • Shinta]] in [[Ramayana]] ballet at [[Prambanan]], Java
  • [[SambaSunda]] music performance, featuring traditional [[Sundanese music]] instruments
  • [[Mount Sumbing]] surrounded by rice fields. Java's volcanic topography and rich agricultural lands are the fundamental factors in its history.
  • Japanese prepare to discuss surrender terms with British-allied forces in Java, 1945.
  • British Occupation of Java; men of the Bengal Sappers and Miners burn houses in the village of Bekasi as a reprisal for the murder of five members of the Royal Air Force and twenty Maharatta riflemen whose Dakota transport aircraft crash-landed near the village.
ISLAND OF INDONESIA, SOUTHEAST ASIA
Java, Indonesia; Java Island; Djawa; Jawa Dwipa; Java (island); ID-JW; Java island; Jawa (Indonesia); Jawa (island); Jawa, Indonesia; Java-Indonesia; Island of Java; ꦗꦮ; Java (Indonesia); She-po; Shepo; Yawadwipa; Yavadwipa; Yavadvipa; Geography of Java
<programming, language, portability> (After the Indonesian island, a source of programming fluid) A simple, object-oriented, distributed, interpreted, robust, secure, architecture-neutral, portable, multithreaded, dynamic, buzzword-compliant, general-purpose programming language developed by Sun Microsystems in the early 1990's (initially for set-top television controllers), and released to the public in 1995. Java first became popular by being the earliest portable dynamic client-side content for the World-Wide Web in the form of platform-independent Java "applets". In the late 1990's and into the 2000's it has also become very popular on the server side, where an entire set of APIs defines the J2EE. Java is both a set of public specifications (controlled by Sun Microsystems through the JCP) and a series of implementations of those specifications. Java is syntactially similar to C++ without user-definable operator overloading, (though it does have method overloading), without multiple inheritance, and extensive automatic coercions. It has automatic garbage collection. Java extends C++'s object-oriented facilities with those of Objective C for dynamic method resolution. Whereas programs in C++ and similar languages are compiled and linked to platform-specific binary executables, Java programs are typically compiled to portable architecture-neutral bytecode or ".class" files, which are run using a {Java Virtual Machine}. The JVM is also called an interpreter, though it is more correct to say that it uses {Just-In-Time Compilation} to convert the bytecode into native {machine code}, yielding greater efficiency than most interpreted languages, rivalling C++ for many long-running, non-GUI applications. The run-time system is typically written in POSIX-compliant ANSI C or C++. Some implementations allow Java class files to be translated into native machine code during or after compilation. The Java compiler and linker both enforce {strong type checking} - procedures must be explicitly typed. Java supports the creation of virus-free, tamper-free systems with authentication based on public-key encryption. Java has an extensive library of routines for all kinds of programming tasks, rivalling that of other languages. For example, the "java.net} package supports TCP/IP protocols like HTTP and FTP. Java applications can access objects across the Internet via URLs almost as easily as on the local file system. There are also capabilities for several types of distributed applications. The Java GUI libraries provide portable interfaces. For example, there is an abstract Window class and implementations of it for Unix, Microsoft Windows and the Macintosh. The "java.awt" and "javax.swing" classes can be used either in Web-based "Applets" or in client-side or "desktop" applications. There are also packages for developing XML applications, web services, servlets and other web applications, security, date and time calculations and I/O formatting, database (JDBC), and many others. Java is not directly related to JavaScript despite the name. http://java.sun.com/. Usenet newsgroup: news:comp.lang.java. (2005-01-21)
java         
  • Alas Purwo]], eastern edge of Java
  • The 9th century [[Borobudur]] Buddhist [[stupa]] in Central Java
  • [[Parahyangan]] highland near [[Buitenzorg]], {{circa}} 1865–1872
  • Dutch colonial period]], in or before 1926
  • [[Cangkuang]] Hindu temple, a shrine for [[Shiva]], dated from the 8th century, the [[Galuh Kingdom]]
  • [[Betawi mask dance]] (''Tari Topeng Betawi'')
  • [[Jakarta]], the capital of [[Indonesia]]
  • Ujung Kulon]]; it is the world's rarest rhino.
  • Java transport network
  • 450px
  • Betawi]], the local dialect as one of Malay creole dialect.
  • rice fields]] near [[Salatiga]], in [[Central Java]]
  • "Welcome!" statue]] in [[Central Jakarta]]
  • [[Mount Bromo]] in [[East Java]]
  • Shinta]] in [[Ramayana]] ballet at [[Prambanan]], Java
  • [[SambaSunda]] music performance, featuring traditional [[Sundanese music]] instruments
  • [[Mount Sumbing]] surrounded by rice fields. Java's volcanic topography and rich agricultural lands are the fundamental factors in its history.
  • Japanese prepare to discuss surrender terms with British-allied forces in Java, 1945.
  • British Occupation of Java; men of the Bengal Sappers and Miners burn houses in the village of Bekasi as a reprisal for the murder of five members of the Royal Air Force and twenty Maharatta riflemen whose Dakota transport aircraft crash-landed near the village.
ISLAND OF INDONESIA, SOUTHEAST ASIA
Java, Indonesia; Java Island; Djawa; Jawa Dwipa; Java (island); ID-JW; Java island; Jawa (Indonesia); Jawa (island); Jawa, Indonesia; Java-Indonesia; Island of Java; ꦗꦮ; Java (Indonesia); She-po; Shepo; Yawadwipa; Yavadwipa; Yavadvipa; Geography of Java
['d??:v?]
¦ noun N. Amer. informal coffee.
Origin
C19: from the fact that coffee is grown on the island of Java.
Java         
  • Alas Purwo]], eastern edge of Java
  • The 9th century [[Borobudur]] Buddhist [[stupa]] in Central Java
  • [[Parahyangan]] highland near [[Buitenzorg]], {{circa}} 1865–1872
  • Dutch colonial period]], in or before 1926
  • [[Cangkuang]] Hindu temple, a shrine for [[Shiva]], dated from the 8th century, the [[Galuh Kingdom]]
  • [[Betawi mask dance]] (''Tari Topeng Betawi'')
  • [[Jakarta]], the capital of [[Indonesia]]
  • Ujung Kulon]]; it is the world's rarest rhino.
  • Java transport network
  • 450px
  • Betawi]], the local dialect as one of Malay creole dialect.
  • rice fields]] near [[Salatiga]], in [[Central Java]]
  • "Welcome!" statue]] in [[Central Jakarta]]
  • [[Mount Bromo]] in [[East Java]]
  • Shinta]] in [[Ramayana]] ballet at [[Prambanan]], Java
  • [[SambaSunda]] music performance, featuring traditional [[Sundanese music]] instruments
  • [[Mount Sumbing]] surrounded by rice fields. Java's volcanic topography and rich agricultural lands are the fundamental factors in its history.
  • Japanese prepare to discuss surrender terms with British-allied forces in Java, 1945.
  • British Occupation of Java; men of the Bengal Sappers and Miners burn houses in the village of Bekasi as a reprisal for the murder of five members of the Royal Air Force and twenty Maharatta riflemen whose Dakota transport aircraft crash-landed near the village.
ISLAND OF INDONESIA, SOUTHEAST ASIA
Java, Indonesia; Java Island; Djawa; Jawa Dwipa; Java (island); ID-JW; Java island; Jawa (Indonesia); Jawa (island); Jawa, Indonesia; Java-Indonesia; Island of Java; ꦗꦮ; Java (Indonesia); She-po; Shepo; Yawadwipa; Yavadwipa; Yavadvipa; Geography of Java
·noun Java coffee, a kind of coffee brought from Java.
II. Java ·noun One of the islands of the Malay Archipelago belonging to the Netherlands.

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Java (disambiguation)

Java is an island of Indonesia.

Java may also refer to:

Pronunciation examples for Java
1. to Java.
Evolving Ourselves _ Juan Enriquez & Steve Gullans _ Talks at Google
2. AUDIENCE: Java.
Equality or Equity _ Jeff Duncan Andrade _ Talks at Google
3. 111 Java.
Equality or Equity _ Jeff Duncan Andrade _ Talks at Google
4. Java and et cetera.
The Sales Acceleration Formula _ Mark Roberge _ Talks at Google
5. Anybody uses Java anymore?
The Digital Marketer _ Larry Weber _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Java
1. "The only places they are going is the heart of radicalism, in Central Java and sometimes East Java."
2. Initially restricted to two provinces on Java island (Banten and West Java provinces), the outbreak is geographically expanding, recently infecting the country‘s capital Jakarta, as well as Sumatra and Central Java.
3. Footage from Java Survivors of an earthquake that killed at least 4,'00 people on Indonesia‘s island of Java have spent a second night outdoors.
4. Those deaths occurred on Sumatra island, far from Java.
5. The rainy season lasts until April on Java island.