Java vs JavaScript

Java is a programming language used for creating applications, while JavaScript is a scripting language used to create interactive web pages. Java is compiled and runs on a virtual machine, while JavaScript runs on a web browser. Java is a more complex language than JavaScript, and is used for applications and programs, while JavaScript is used to create websites and web applications.

Java and JavaScript both have their roots in the programming language C, but they are two very different languages. Java is a general-purpose language developed by Sun Microsystems in 1995. It is a compiled language, meaning that the code is written, then compiled into a format that can be read by the computer. Java is used to create applications that run on computers and mobile devices. JavaScript, on the other hand, is a scripting language developed by Netscape in 1995. It is an interpreted language, meaning that the code is read by the computer as it is written. JavaScript is used to create dynamic, interactive web pages and applications.

Another major difference between Java and JavaScript is their syntax. Java is a strongly typed language, which means that each line of code must be written in a specific way. JavaScript is a loosely typed language

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