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    What are the major differences between Java programming language and any other language? List and discuss three items.

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    Following is a discussion on the relative advantage of java over a procedural language such as Pascal:

    a) Java is an Object Oriented Programming Language (OOPL) which encodes real life entities into objects. Other objects may not be able to access certain (private) parts of an object. As ...

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    Solution briefly describes the difference between Java, an Object-oriented Programming Language (OOPL or OOP) and other procedural languages such as Pascal.