Java and the Java Virtual Machine: Definition, Verification, by Prof. Dr. Robert F. Stärk, Dipl.-Inf. Joachim Schmid, Prof.

By Prof. Dr. Robert F. Stärk, Dipl.-Inf. Joachim Schmid, Prof. Dr. Egon Börger (auth.)

This booklet offers a high-level description, including a mathematical and an experimental research, of Java and of the Java digital computing device (JVM), together with a typical compiler of Java courses to JVM code and the protection severe bytecode verifier part of the JVM. the outline is based into language layers and laptop parts. It comes with a normal executable refinement which are used for trying out code. the tactic constructed for this objective relies on summary nation Machines (ASMs) and will be utilized to different digital machines and to different programming languages in addition. The publication is written for complicated scholars and for execs and practitioners in learn and improvement who desire for his or her paintings a whole and obvious definition and an executable version of the language and of the digital computer underlying its meant implementation.

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By Prof. Dr. Robert F. Stärk, Dipl.-Inf. Joachim Schmid, Prof. Dr. Egon Börger (auth.)

This booklet offers a high-level description, including a mathematical and an experimental research, of Java and of the Java digital computing device (JVM), together with a typical compiler of Java courses to JVM code and the protection severe bytecode verifier part of the JVM. the outline is based into language layers and laptop parts. It comes with a normal executable refinement which are used for trying out code. the tactic constructed for this objective relies on summary nation Machines (ASMs) and will be utilized to different digital machines and to different programming languages in addition. The publication is written for complicated scholars and for execs and practitioners in learn and improvement who desire for his or her paintings a whole and obvious definition and an executable version of the language and of the digital computer underlying its meant implementation.

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It can also be viewed as defining corresponding domains (also called universes) of JavaI. Although in our ASMs we will extend some of these domains by a small number of auxiliary constructs which do not appear in the syntax of Java, we use the names of Java constructs also as names for the corresponding extended ASM universes. , assuming without further mentioning that dam EDam. Fig. 1 uses universes which represent basic syntactic constructs of Java, namely: Exp . . expressions, Asgn .. . assignments, Stm ...

A field is declared at most once in I. 3. The field is implicitly public, static and final. Although an interface does not contain static initialization blocks, we assume that all field initializers are combined in textual order as a sequence of assignments in one block which is called the initializer of the interface I. Abstract method declarations. An abstract method declaration in an interface I has the following syntax: A meth(B1locl, ... , Bn loc n ); If a class implements an interface, then all abstract methods of the interface must be implemented in the class.

11. If C /msig is private, final or static, then it is not abstract. Note, that void is not a real type. It is not allowed to declare a formal parameter or a local variable to be of type void. Methods are classified according to whether they are static or not: - If the method is static, then it is called a class method - If the method is not static, then it is called an instance method Class methods correspond to procedures in a module. Static initializers. A static initializer has the following syntax: static block We assume that all static initialization blocks and all static field initializers of a class are combined in textual order in one single static initialization block.

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