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difference between java 1.4 and 1.5 which are use full in real time applications

 
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difference between java 1.4 and 1.5 which are use full in real time applications..?thanks
 
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Hi Raja,

If you go with the common scene you would definitely want to go with the latest version of java(i.e 1.5).
Primarily because you get newer features, more predefined class and java 1.5 is faster the 1.4 .
And speed dose matter in an real time application.
So if you do not have something really BIG going for java 1.4 use 1.5

Hope this helps.
Regards.

 
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First read and think about hte question and post the reply... dont give junkkkk replies .. use professional language...thanks

regards
raja
 
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Do you really mean real time application? Or more real world applications? Because java is out of the box not really suited for real time applications.
If you meant real world application you could think of:

Generics
Enhanced for-loop
Auto(un)boxing
Varargs
Static imports
and much more
 
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Can you clarify what you mean by "real time" application? Or do you mean "real world" applications (real-time is something else entirely, also see Sun Java Real-Time System)? See http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/relnotes/features.html and http://java.sun.com/javase/6/webnotes/features.html for features that are new in Java 5 and Java 6, respectively.

While I don't see where Anjali Pal didn't use professional language, or why the replay would be "junk", it should be pointed out that Java 5 has been declared obsolete by Sun, and should *not* be used for new projects; Java 6 is the way to go.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote: . . . While I don't see where Anjali Pal didn't use professional language, or why the reply would be "junk" . . .

Agree. I think the reply about "junk" is verging on rudeness, and merits an apology.
 
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