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Writing "Real" Java—Not Just C in Java

Authored on: Jan 3, 2007 by Mike Elliott

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An increasing number of embedded systems programmers are making the transition from C and C++ to Java. Many, however, having gained their programming skills in C, end up writing Java which looks more like C than Java. Java provides a much richer programming paradigm than C and many Java projects would benefit from using these paradigms rather than a simple translation of C concepts to Java. This paper will suggest techniques by which the newly Java-aware programmer may employ new paradigms to solve old problems in a more Java-like manner, both to help the programmer himself and those who must be the inevitable maintainers of the code.

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