What are some uses for static functions
Keywords from Java
This is a complete list of all the keywords in Java. Some are cited multiple times if they are used in very different cases. Later extensions (assert, enum, static when importing) are marked with the version with which they were introduced.
- Truth value. Either ... or .
- Whole numbers between and (8 bits).
- Whole numbers between and (16 bits).
- Whole numbers between and (32 bit).
- Whole numbers between and (64 bit).
- Individual characters of the Unicode character set between and (16 bit).
- Floating point value according to IEEE 754 between approx. And (single precision, 32 bit).
- Floating point value according to IEEE 754 between approx. And (double precision, 64 bit).
- Enumeration type. Contains any number of named integer constants and is similar to a class.
Attention: only available from JDK 1.5!
- Conditional branching.
- Alternative branch of a conditional branch. Belongs to .
- Choose from a list of alternatives.
- Identification of a specific alternative. Belongs to .
- Identification of the standard branch if no specific alternative fits. Belongs to .
- Rejection loop. The condition is checked before each execution of the loop body.
- Continuous loop. The condition is checked after each execution of the loop body.
- Counting loop. Contains an initialization, a condition that is checked before each loop pass, and a part that is executed at the end of each pass.
- Throw an exception.
- Mark a block as synchronized. Before entering, the monitor of the specified object is requested.
- Beginning of a block that ends with or both.
- Catches a certain exception and prevents further advancement in the stack.
- Is executed after the end of the block started with, however this block is exited.
- Checking of conditions with triggering of an error in the event of deviations. Mainly used for development. Can be turned off.
Attention: only available from JDK 1.4!
These constructs should not be used. They are also completely redundant in proper code (an exception to this for break).
- Jump to a label or immediately after the end of the innermost loop or statement. When using, this is needed to prevent "falling through" to the next alternative. All other uses must be strictly avoided!
- Jump forward to the end of the innermost loop or a marked loop. Any use must be strictly avoided!
- Return from a method. Must specify the return value for functions.
- Declares all checked exceptions.
- Specifies the current (innermost) object.
- To access elements of the parent class.
- Indicates that the method in this class has no implementation. Subclasses have to overwrite this method with an implementation in order to be able to create objects from it. May only appear in abstract classes.
- Identifies a method as a class method. Can be called independently of an object.
- Indicates that this method may no longer be overwritten in subclasses.
- All float or double expressions within the method strictly comply with the IEEE 754 standard.
- This method is not implemented in Java, but with platform-dependent code (in another programming language, usually C / C ++ / assembler).
- Marks the method as synchronized. Before entering, the monitor of the object or class is requested.
- Special "data type" that specifies that the method has no return value (it is therefore a procedure and not a function).
- The marked element (variable or method) is freely available to everyone.
- The marked element (variable or method) is available for subclasses and classes of the same.
- The selected element (variable or method) is only available in this class.
- The classes of this file belong to a certain package, which is specified by this. The directory structure must correspond exactly to the package hierarchy.
- Imports packages or classes. These can then be used without specifying the package.
- Static import of classes: Only static methods and constants can be imported in this way. These can then be used without specifying the class name.
Attention: only available from JDK 1.5!
- Defines a new class.
- Specifies the parent class of a class. Multiple inheritance is not supported.
- Indicates the implemented interfaces (). In contrast to the parent class, this can be any number.
- Checks whether a given object is of a given class. If so, an assignment is possible.
- Defines a new interface ().
- Creation of a new object of a certain class.
- Indicates that no objects may be created from this class.
- Only applies to inner classes: These are independent of an instance of the outer class.
- No subclasses of this class may be defined.
- All float or double expressions within this class strictly conform to the IEEE 754 standard.
- This variable is not part of the persistent state of the object. In the case of serialization, it is ignored.
- This variable can only have a single assignment, after which the value cannot be changed.
- This is a class variable that is the same for all instances.
- This variable can be changed by another thread. Special rules apply to the code generation of the interpreter.
Not currently used and reserved
- For immutable elements (functions, variables, etc.). Comes from C and is used to deliver better error messages in the event of incorrect conversions.
- For absolute jumps to any (marked) code. Comes from C.
Last change: March 28, 2004
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