Qus:- Why pointers are not used in Java?


5/14/2019 2:08:19 PM

Deepika Mourya

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Java cannot allow pointers, because doing so would allow Java programs to breach the firewall between the Java execution environment and the host computer. (Remember, a pointer can be given any address in memory—even addresses that might be outside the Java run-time system.) Java is designed in such a way that as long as you stay within the confines of the execution environment, you will never need to use a pointer, nor would there be any benefit in using one.




Because java is static language, so we cannot use pointers.


we will n ever use a POINTER BCOZ, there is no benefit in using it