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Features of J2SE5 and J2SE6?

 
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What are the features of J2SE5 and J2SE6?
 
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Plenty! Start reading here.
 
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Bottomline main fetures of J2SE5 are:

Language:

Generics
Enhanced for Loop
Autoboxing/Unboxing
Typesafe Enums
Varargs
Static Import
Metadata
Virtual Machine
Class Data Sharing
Garbage Collector Ergonomics
Server-Class Machine Detection
Thread Priority Changes
Fatal Error Handling
High-Precision Timing Support

SWING:
With the 1.4.2 release we provided two new look and feels for Swing: XP and GTK. Rather than taking a break, in 5.0 we're providing two more look and feels: Synth, a skinnable look and feel, and Ocean, a new theme for Metal. Beyond look and feels, we've added printing support to JTable, which makes it trivial to get a beautiful printed copy of a JTable. Lastly, after seven years, we've made jFrame.add equivalent to jFrame.getContentPane().add().

And

Main features J2SE 6 here:

http://www.javapassion.com/javase/javase6top10.pdf
[edit]Take out code tags. CR[/edit]
 
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