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hi all ,

Please share links giving information on Java Memmory management ie how and where in memmory classes , statics and variables are stored and also some information on processor bound instructions in Java .
 
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How about you ShowSomeEffort first? Have you searched a bit on Google? Have you read the Java Language Specification? Any other Oracle (previously Sun) documentation?
 
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yes i have searched a lot and all i could get was information on memmory management using the garbage collector , however i would like to understand how the JVM behaves when a program starts and how does the program execution affect the CPU . What are processor bound instructions ?
 
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Here's a link: The Java Memory Model.

Search on Google for "Java memory model" and you'll find lots of other documents.
 
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Thanks .
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