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Java a dynamic language?

What is meant by a dynamic language? Can you explain how does java characterize as a dynamic language?

11/27/2021 2:26:17 PM

Ruchika Sehgal

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Java is a static language. The language which needs to be declared before compilation is known as Static Language. ex-Java, C, C++. These are static languages. That means every time you create memory for variable or struct or object, you have to declare them first so that your compiler understands what kind of data and how much data it is going to store and then that memory for object will allocate during run time Languages ​​in which the allocation of memory is decided during run time and there is no need to declare variables are known as dynamic languages. ex-python

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Where did you see/read that statement? I'd like to see it to understand the rationale.

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In a book, can I send the image here somehow?

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Upon a bit of reading, I just found out that Java (with Reflection) is considered a dynamic programming language. This topic appears to be related somehow to a language's type system, though not as closely. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_programming_language https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4913105/what-qualifies-a-programming-language-as-dynamic https://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia/term/dynamic-programming-language

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In static language , compiler decides what amount of memory should be assigned to a variable during run time whereas in Dynamic languages allocation of memory is decided during run time

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raisun lakra thanks for the help!

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https://www.wikihow.com/Search-the-Internet

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Are C and Java dynamic languages?

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Ruchika Sehgal C and java both are static language

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