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History of Java : Java SE 5

 
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So, Preparing for an interview? Want to revisit some Java SE 5 features? Trying to recall or revise a Java SE programming construct? Let me take you back in time to what was introduced first in Java SE 5!

Java SE 5 Release Date 04-10-2004
[Java SE 5 Code Name] Tiger


Java SE 5 Highlights
  • Metadata, Generic Types, Autoboxing and Auto-Unboxing of Primitive Types and Enhanced for Loop.
  • Enumerated Types, Static Import, Formatted I/O, Varargs, and Concurrency Utilities.
  • Improved Startup Time and Memory Footprint.
  • Sharing of Read-Only Data between Multiple Running JVMs.
  • Unicode 4.0 Support.
  • Remote Monitoring and Management.
  • A New JVM Profiling API.
  • Programmatic Generation of Stack Traces.
  • XML 1.1 with Namespaces, XML Schema, SAX 2.0.2, DOM Level 3,  XSLT with a Fast XLSTC Compiler.


  • Here is the Direct Link to my Blog (With Code Samples):  https://rebrand.ly/skp-jr-java-5-01


     
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    original link: http://www.techilashots.com/2015/05/java-se-5-whats-new-part-0104.html?m=1
    well ... smells fishy to me reposting some 6 1/2 year old blog using a link-shrinker of some .LY tld
     
    Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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