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where can i use Java, Like other programming language can't do but Java can

can someone suggest Study material to Learn Java to it's full extent
I asked a similar question, here is the link:

As for more materials, I have kept an archive of free study materials, but W3Schools can be a pretty good site as it is succinct in description.

Applications for Java? Apps for sure. There are also other applications like Blu Ray players, many other appliances, and Windows, Mac, and GNU/Linux apps. If you want a specific example, try JDownloader ( This guy makes Java applications regularly for his programs (
forget Java, old and dying
go python and/or nodejs
I don't entirely agree.

Old, maybe, but not dying.

If the OP wasn't asking for resources, your case might hold some water.
(Sep 20, 2023, 12:46 pm)Blue_Bon Wrote: [ -> ]where can i use Java, Like other programming language can't do but Java can

can someone suggest Study material to Learn Java to it's full extent

Java is a general-purpose programming language that can be used to build a wide variety of applications, including:

Desktop applications, such as word processors, spreadsheets, and games
Web applications, such as e-commerce websites and social networking platforms
Mobile applications, for both Android and iOS devices
Enterprise applications, such as CRM and ERP systems
Scientific applications, such as those used in data analysis and machine learning

Java is a popular choice for developing embedded systems, such as those found in cars, medical devices, and industrial equipment. It is also used in cloud computing platforms, such as Amazon Web Services and Azure.
I got you!

Here are some free Sources to extract some Knowledge, where i did on beginning Smile

Hope that help's a bit!
Great resources for those getting into Java, but I think tutorials are what the OP wants.

Don't get me wrong, still great sources to see what Java is, just that a tutorial is what engages the beginner.
Well.. learning by doing is the best way to learn, just start and don't wait to long like there is Tomorrow! Big Grin

Maybe check out some YouTube Videos - you can find a lot high quality Content there for free.
OP, to improve your search, also look for college and university notes that professors leave for students to download.

Also, for anything that you find, it would also be nice if assignments or exercises are included. You can then learn by doing as WindowsForumsBest so eloquently put it.
(Sep 20, 2023, 12:46 pm)Blue_Bon Wrote: [ -> ]where can i use Java, Like other programming language can't do but Java can
can someone suggest Study material to Learn Java to it's full extent I think this website testing services are very useful for ensuring the quality and functionality of web applications. They can help developers find and fix bugs, improve performance, and enhance user experience. There are many tools and frameworks available for website testing, but I prefer using Java because it is a versatile and popular programming language that has many benefits.
Some of the benefits of using Java for website testing are:
It is platform-independent, which means it can run on any operating system and browser
It has a rich set of libraries and APIs that support various testing scenarios and technologies, such as Selenium, JUnit, TestNG, SOAP, REST, etc.
It has a large and active community that provides support and resources for learning and troubleshooting
It is easy to learn and use, especially for beginners who want to start with automated testing
Therefore, I recommend website testing services and learning Java to anyone who wants to develop and test web applications effectively and efficiently.

Java is a powerful and versatile programming language that can be used for many purposes. Some of the advantages of Java are:

- It is platform-independent, meaning you can write your code once and run it on any operating system or device that supports Java.
- It is object-oriented, meaning you can organize your code into reusable classes and objects that model real-world entities and behaviors.
- It is widely used in the industry, especially for web development, enterprise applications, and Android development. You can find many job opportunities and resources for learning Java.

Some of the things that Java can do that other languages can't or have difficulty doing are:

- It can run applets, which are small programs that can be embedded in web pages and interact with the user.
- It can use generics, which are a way of writing code that can work with different types of data without repeating code.
- It can use lambda expressions, which are a way of writing anonymous functions that can be passed as arguments or returned as values.
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