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Type Checking for protected Members 4. Native Method Stacks 2. Reference Types, Objects, and Reference Values. Representation of Objects 2.
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Java Virtual Machine Specification
This book serves as documentation for a concrete implementation of the Java virtual machine only as a blueprint documents a house. Limitations of the Java Virtual Machine. Java Virtual Machine Stacks. The authors fully describe the instruction set of the Java virtual machine.
The RuntimeVisibleParameterAnnotations attribute 4. Overriding, Inheritance, and Overloading in Interfaces. Loading Using the Bootstrap Class Loader 5. The nucleus of the Java TM 2 platform, the Java TM virtual machine is the technology that enables the Java 2 platform to host applications on any computer or operating system without rewriting or recompiling.
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The Java® Virtual Machine Specification
girtual The Unicode Standard, Version 2. Operators on boolean Values. Binding Native Method Implementations. Format of Examples 3. Normal Method Invocation Completion 2. Binary Class and Interface Names 4. Method Type and Method Handle Resolution 5.
Defining and Naming New Attributes. Several individuals and groups deserve special thanks for pointing out problems or contributing directly to the new material:. Java Virtual Machine Exit 6. Method Invocation and Return Instructions. Sfcond Run-Time Constant Pool 5.
Java Virtual Machine Startup 5. The virtual machine that evolved into the Java specufication machine was originally designed by James Gosling in to support the Oak programming language. Unlimited one-month access with your purchase. It is an essential reference for writers of compilers for the Java programming language and implementors of the Java virtual machine.
Kathy Walrath edited that early draft, helping to give the world its first look at the internals of the Java programming language. More Control Examples 3. Compiling Nested Classes and Interfaces.
Rules About the Interaction sefond Locks and Variables. Part of the Java Series series. Creating Array Classes 5. Rules for volatile Variables.
The ClassFile Structure 4. The class File Format 4. The Runtime Constant Pool. The BootstrapMethods attribute 4. Specially Named Initialization Methods. Deriving a Class from a class File Representation.