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Hi Friends,


Can any one give difference between Java5 and Java6.

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Sivanesaselvam.
 
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difference between java 5 and java 6. That should give you enough links to find out.
 
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Hi Rob Prime,

Thanks for your input. I found the Features of java6
* Pluggable Annotation Processing API (JSR 269)
* Common Annotations (JSR 250)
* Java API for XML Based Web Services - 2.0 (JSR 224)
* JAXB 2.0 (JSR 222)
* Web Services Metadata (JSR 181)
* Streaming API for XML (JSR 173)
* XML Digital Signature (JSR 105)
* Java Class File Specification Update (JSR 202)
* Java Compiler API (JSR 199)
* JDBC 4.0 (JSR 221)
* Scripting in the Java Platform (JSR 223)


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