By Mark Allen Weiss
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6) java The Java interpreter, which processes bytecodes. (4) javac The Java compiler; generates bytecodes. (4) labeled break statement A break statement used to exit from nested loops. , used to simulate the Boolean algebra concepts of AND, OR, and NOT. (12) main The special method that is invoked when the program is run. (6) method The Java equivalent of a function. (18) method declaration Consists of the method header and body. (18) method header Consists of the name, return type, and parameter list.
Storage classes Entities that are declared inside the body of a method are local variables and can be accessed by name only within the method body. These entities are created when the method body is executed and disappear when the method body terminates. A variable declared outside the body of a method is global to the class. It is similar to global variables in other languages if the word static is used (which is likely to be required so as to make the entity accessible by static methods). If both static and final are used, they are global symbolic constants.
The corresponding operators are &&, ||, and !. Short-circuit evaluation means that if the result of a logical operator can be determined by examining the ﬁrst expression, then the second expression is not evaluated. 4 Result of logical operators logical operators Java provides logical operators that are used to simulate the Boolean algebra concepts of AND, OR, and NOT. These are sometimes known as conjunction, disjunction, and negation, respectively, whose corresponding operators are &&, ||, and !.