At the end of the chapter, you should be able to understand
Downloading and installing JDK required to run your programs.
Setting environment variables.
Understanding what processes are involved in running a Java program.
Running a Java stand-alone program.
Running a Java applet with Java swing components.
Java has been specially designed for the Internet. There are many features of Java that are ideally suited for calling it as language for the network. C and C++ are proven structured and objective-oriented languages but they are not built for network and the Internet. Java is a pure objective-oriented language ...