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  • 1. ABOHAR SUBMITTED TO Mrs. Rajveer Kaur SUBMITTED BY:Shivam Bathla Ankush Arora
  • 2. JAVA programming language was developed by Sun Microsystems in 1991. This language was initially called “Oak” but was renamed “Java” in 1995. The primary motivation was the need for a platformindependent language that could be used to create software to be embedded in a various consumer electronic devices , such as microwave ovens and remote controls.
  • 3. After the release of Java 1.0, Java 1.1 is created with many new library elements and the ways in which events are handled. The next major release of java was Java 2 in which Sun repackaged the java product as J2SE(Java 2 Platform Standard Edition). It enhanced the Java Virtual Machine and various programming tools .
  • 4. JDK is a collection of tools that are used for developing and running Java programs . They include : javac - java compiler java - java interpreter javadoc - for creating HTML documents javah - for C header files jdb - java debugger appletviewer - for viewing java applets
  • 5. Text Editor Java Source Code javadoc HTML files javac Java Class File javah java jdb Java Program output Header Files
  • 6. Java is a secure & portable language because the output of java compiler is not executable code. Rather, it is bytecode. Bytecode is a highly optimized set of instructions designed to be executed by the Java run time system, which is called the JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE (JVM ) .
  • 7. Source Code Java compiler Byte code Interpreter Machine code Shivam Computer
  • 8.       Simple Secure Portable Object-oriented Interpreted and high performance Multi-threaded
  • 9.  The project is based upon Library management for monitoring and controling the transactions in a library.  In this the admin can login and insert,update,search, delete the Books entry and members entry.  The users can login and get all the information about books and members which is stored in the database .

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