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jdk1.3

 
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hi,
I have developed a appln using jdk1.1.6. I want to know the new features available in jdk1.3 and can i port from 1.1.6 to 1.3 easily?
It seems, that jdk1.4 beta is released. How about the final release? And what are the advantages in it. Can somebody help me please?
Thanks,
Sankar
[This message has been edited by sankarsv (edited August 06, 2001).]
 
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Your user name (sankarsv) does not comply with the JavaRanch's naming policy. Pse change it if you wish to continue posting in our forums.
 
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You'll get more response on this in the Applet Forum.
Yes, jdk1.3 supports all the features you would have used in 1.1.6. The list of new features in jdk 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 are tremendous. I suggest you get the release notes for these from Sun.
 
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Thanks for ur info. How do i get release notes?
 
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You go to Sun's website and look at the Java API documents on the version of Java you are interested in. There is a section called 'Summary of New Features' that shows all the new things in whatever version of Java you are interested in...
[This message has been edited by Nathan Pruett (edited August 07, 2001).]
 
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