|Java is a complete and strongly typed programming language used for backend coding. In Java, variables must be declared first to use in the program, and the type of a variable is checked at compile-time.
|Java is an object-oriented programming (OOPS) language or structured programming languages such as C, C++, or .Net.
|Java creates applications that can run in any virtual machine (JVM) or browser.
|The Java code needs to be compiled.
|Java Objects are class-based. You can’t make any program in Java without creating a class.
|Java is a Complete and Standalone language that can be used in backend coding.
|Java programs consume more memory.
|The file extension of the Java program is written as “.Java” and it translates source code into bytecodes which are then executed by JVM (Java Virtual Machine).
|Java supports multithreading.
|Java uses a thread-based approach to concurrency.