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Syntax - Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
Every programming language has it's own syntax. This is like English with its rules about how sentences are formed with verbs and nouns. A compiler has to ...
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Java Syntax - Declaring and Using Constants in Java - About.com
When writing a program it makes sense to represent them in the same way - as values that will not be modified once they have been assigned to a variable.
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Java Syntax: What Is Inheritance? What Is a Superclass? - About.com
AMV Photo/Digital Vision/Getty Images. An important concept in object-oriented programming is inheritance. It provides a way for objects to define relationships ...
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Excel Function Syntax (Definition and Examples) - Spreadsheets
Spreadsheet definition - Syntax. This glossary entry defines.
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Java Syntax: Converting Strings to Numbers & Vice Versa - About.com
This number value will end up in a String object which doesn't really help your program if you want to do some arithmetic. Fortunately there are wrapper classes  ...
http://java.about.com/od/understandingdatatypes/a/Converting-Strings-To-Numbers-And-Vice-Versa.htm
If-Then and If-Then-Else Conditional Statements in Java - About.com
Use the if-then and if-then-else statements when your program needs to make a simple decision about what to ... The syntax follows the same pattern every time.
http://java.about.com/od/Control-Flow/a/If-Then-Else.htm
Java Syntax: The String Literal - About.com
String Literals are used for representing string values in Java code.
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Java Syntax: Switch Statement for Multiple Choices - About.com
Use the switch statement when you want your program to chose between a number of alternative options.
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Java Syntax: Comparing Strings - About.com
A piece of code like like this: String happyString = "Happy"; String birthdayString = "Birthday"; String firstString = happyString + " " + birthdayString; String ...
http://java.about.com/od/understandingdatatypes/a/Comparing-Strings.htm
Reserved Words in Java - About.com
These words are known as “reserved” words; they are keywords that are already used by the syntax of the Java programming language. For example, if you try ...
http://java.about.com/od/javasyntax/a/reservedwords.htm
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