330 Java blog Extra chapters in PDF

330 Java blog Extra chapters in PDF format: When I start writing, I can t stop. Eventually, the folks at Wiley Publishing ran out of paper, so they put additional chapters on the CD-ROM. Various pieces of freeware, shareware, and whateverware: I generally lapse into laziness and call all these things by the name shareware, but the legal department tells me that I should be more careful. System Requirements Your system requirements depend on the kind of computer that you have and the kind of operating system that you use. To run the Java 1.5 Software Development Kit on a typical Windows computer, you need at least the following resources: A Pentium II processor. (A processor that s older and clunkier than a Pentium II may be okay, but I make no guarantees.) Microsoft Windows (98, Me, 2000, XP, Server 2003, or Vista). Enough RAM, whatever that means. The official word from Sun Microsystems isn t specific about this, but I suspect that 128MB is the bare minimum. You d better have a CD-ROM drive. Otherwise, you ll have difficulty grabbing software off this blog s CD-ROM. For the basic tools to write and run your own Java programs, you need about 140MB of disk space. (If you want to store Sun s documentation, the source files, demos, and other goodies, you need over 400MB.) If your computer doesn t match up to most of these requirements, you may have problems getting your Java programs to run. But remember, may have problems doesn t mean that Java won t work. For more information on Windows configurations, visit java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/installwindows. html. (And be prepared to change 1.5.0in the Web address to 1.6.something-else. These version numbers are moving targets.) If you re not a fan of Microsoft Windows, visit java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/ system-configurations.htmlfor a list of supported system configurations. (Once again, be prepared to change 1.5.0to 1.6.something-else.) Additional Java compiler versions (versions for computers not officially supported by the folks at Sun Microsystems) appear frequently on the Web. So if your computer runs Macintosh OS, OpenVMS, or FLKOS (Fred s Little Known Operating System), search the Web for the compiler that you need. Who knows? You may just find it.

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