What is Java?
Java is a class-based, object-oriented programming language. James Gosling created it at Sun Microsystems. It was created with the motto write once, run anywhere. It can run on almost all platforms as it uses a virtual machine platform to run its compiled code.
|It is an object-based scripting/programming language that can run in any browser.||It is an object-oriented programming language.|
|It needs environments like node.js to run outside of a browser.||It uses its own virtual machine to run its code.|
|It is a dynamically typed language.||It is a statically typed language.|
|It is more relaxed towards the syntax.||Variables in Java must be declared and|
|Variables can be used without defining their types.||The data types of variables must be defined before using them.|
|It checks data types at run time.||It performs data type checks at compilation time.|
|It is an object-based scripting language where.||It is a class-based programming language.|