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Windows 7/8/8.1/10,mac OS X 10.10/10.11/10.12/10.13/10.14. Win Xp,it also works on Mac and Linux.Q: Why this method requires 2 method invocation? I am trying to understand this Java code. Can someone help me with this? public class Test{ public static void main(String args[]) { main(new String[] {}); } public static void main(String[] args) { print(args); } private static void print(String[] args) { System.out.println(args); } } It prints array []. Why does it require 2 method invocations? A: When you call main(new String[0]) then the main(String[]) method is called, and in this method there's no implementation of print() method (the method was non-existent), so the compiler throws a compilation error: You call method main with argument Array of length 0 If you want to see a method to be called when no methods is defined in the source code you can check Compile Time Checking : Compile-time checking is performed to verify that the program complies with the Java programming language specifications, and thus prevents potentially serious errors from being discovered only at run time. In this case, the method is not defined so the compiler throws a compilation error: Method print of type Test must override or implement a method from a supertype One of the great advantages of JavaScript (and other functional programming languages) is its concurrency support, or lack thereof. You can’t just define a function once and then expect it to be executed as you expect it to be executed. All modern JavaScript engines, including Google Chrome’s V8 engine, have support for asynchronous programming, where a single function is divided into multiple (asynchronous) functions, which can be called independently (or in sequence) by the JavaScript interpreter. This support makes the single-threaded JavaScript interpreter more responsive. Google Chrome’s V8 engine supports concurrent programming, and executes the code one function at a time, but the execution


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