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Surprisingly, variables in Java are always processed on the stack, since there are no general CPU registers insife, a very different architecture than most CPUs. This title provides a remarkably detailed tour of the internals of the Java platform, with plenty of technical information on the way virtual machines do business under the hood, from the way language statements are turned into bytecodes to in-depth coverage of loading and invoking classes, security, and garbage collection.
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Inside the Java Virtual Machine [With CDROM] by Bill Venners
Online chapters availalbe http: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Iulian Dumitru marked it as to-read May 13, Paperbackpages. Hussain marked it as to-read Oct 19, Duoyi Wu rated it vennres was amazing Mar 16, Inside The Java Virtual Machine, 2nd Edition Describes the Java virtual machine, the abstract computer on which all Java programs run, and several core Java APIs that have an intimate relationship to the virtual machine.
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Suryansh Tiwari is currently reading it Jun 01, Senya22 is currently reading it Oct 06, For those who want to understand how Java really works, this book definitely delivers the goods, with excellent technical detail and demos For the advanced Java developer, Inside the Java 2 Virtual Machine offers a detailed guide to the inner workings of today’s Java Virtual Machines JVMsplus a complete reference to all bytecodes the “machine code” for the language.
For the advanced Java developer, Inside the Java 2 Virtual Machine offers a detailed guide to the inner workings of today’s Java Virtual Machines JVMsplus a complete reference to all bytecodes the “machine code” for the language. Because so many Java books are not written to such standards of technical excellence, I urge current and future Java book authors to read Venners’s book