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    Default Low-level java commands

    Where is it possible download low-level java-commands description??

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    Do you mean the javadocs for the standard Java classes? If so go to Sun's main download page and look near the bottom for "Java SE 6 Documentation".

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    The Really Big Index
    tutorials.

    or for very short tutorial good grabbed this as first entry.
    http://www.roseindia.net/java/beginners/index.shtml
    it's surrounded by ads, but seems ok.

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    Do you mean JVM commands? or things like System.gc() for garbage collection? In the case of the former, in any unix environment just type without quotes: 'man java' which will print a complete list of jvm commands/arguments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcampton View Post
    http://www.roseindia.net/java/beginners/index.shtml

    I haven't seen that particular tutorial and so can't comment. But the roseindia site is notoriously bad: everything from technical misinformation to shoddy spelling and grammar. (They also adopt the nasty habit of presenting other people's material as if it were their own. Anything accurate at on the site is stolen.)

    Those seeking understanding should stay away from roseindia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Is that OP really looking for javadoc? Title really confusing me, low-level-java commands.

    Yes, it's nicely ambiguous:

    low level == OS commands
    low level == Java library methods
    low level == easy to understand, clearly explained

    @OP: How about clarifying this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbrockway2 View Post
    I haven't seen that particular tutorial and so can't comment. But the roseindia site is notoriously bad: everything from technical misinformation to shoddy spelling and grammar. (They also adopt the nasty habit of presenting other people's material as if it were their own. Anything accurate at on the site is stolen.)

    Those seeking understanding should stay away from roseindia.
    ah sorry I just googled and was the first thing that came up. No idea what it is either :P

    Personally I prefer textbooks, or the big index.

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