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Is there any difference between keyword and reserved word??  RSS feed

 
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Hi,
Is there any difference between keyword and reserved word??
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reserved word are keyword which are not used by java programming lang
CMIW
 
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Originally posted by ravish kumar:
reserved word are keyword which are not used by java programming lang
CMIW


Adding to Kumar's reply... "but these reserved words may be used in future release of JDK therefore they are already reserved but not implement in current releases of java".
 
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