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I have some doubtfull questions in java

 
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Why java is called pure oops?
what topics are replaced with virtual functions?
how to config the Type 4 driver?

if any one answere the questions and give me mail:
to leela_mca04@yahoo.co.in
 
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Leela,

Welcome to JavaRanch. Let me take this opportunity to address your question.

1. This sounds remarkably like school homework. As many of us here are paid professionals who have had to work our way up through school and the ranks of developers, we're not generally in the habit of doing someone's homework for them. I'm not saying this is true in your case, but remember, we might have to work with that person someday who is asking others to do their homework for them, and we would all hope to work with people able to get through school on the basis of their own merits and their own hard work. If however you have done the research and can provide some kind of answer, but maybe you're not clear on a particular issue, you will find many people around here who will be more than happy to help you out.

2. We discourage members asking people to mail them answers to their questions. Everybody should be able to benefit from whatever answers someone may choose to offer.

3. The Struts forum is not the correct forum for this question, so I'm going to move it to the Java in General (beginner) forum.

Thanks for visiting the Ranch and we look forward to your participation in our community.
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Here's a start: Is Java Object Oriented
 
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As far as question 1 goes, I don't think Java is called a pure OOP language. It is considered an OOP language, but not pure.

An example of a pure OOP language would be smalltalk.
 
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I seriously doubt that "pure OO" has any meaning.

It's certainly true, though, that Smalltalk and a whole bunch of other languages are "much more OO" than Java.
 
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Originally posted by leela gunti:
Why java is called pure oops?
what topics are replaced with virtual functions?
how to config the Type 4 driver?

if any one answere the questions and give me mail:
to leela_mca04@yahoo.co.in



it isn't
Java doesn't have them
read the documentation
no
 
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