Programming Fundamentals :
Java Character Set :
Java is a universal language. It doesn't only support characters available in English Language but also those of other languages. Java uses a UNICODE (Universal Code) character set. According to Java, there are 65536(approx.) characters available in Java. In Java, character takes 2 bytes (equivalent to 16 bits) of space in memory. Java programming language is available in 18 International languages (like English, Latin, Greek etc.).
It stands for "American Standard Code For Information Interchange". It is of 1 byte (equivalent to 8 bits). It supports A-Z, a-z, 0-9 and symbols like +,-,*,/,etc.
The smallest individual unit in a program is called tokens.
Types of Tokens :-
- Reserved Words
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