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. (dot) commands, formatting control with 
"glue" files 
"Know all about Java?" 
"non-validating" parsers, XML 
# or !, beginning comment lines in properties file 
$ (dollar sign)
    end-of-line regex pattern matching 
    format codes, use in 
% (percent sign), use in format codes 
< and > (angle brackets)
    > (greater than) operator 
    < (less than) operator 
    <? ... ?>, in XML processing instructions 
    around HTML tags 
    around XML tags 
<applet> tag 
    JAR file attribute on 
<embed> tag 
<object> tag 
( ) (parentheses), capture groups in regular expressions 
/ (slash)
    /** (beginning doc comments) 
* (asterisk), use in regular expressions 
+ (plus sign)
    ++ (increment) operator 
    += (assignment) operator 
    +? non-greedy regex quantifier 
    +E option, Jikes compiler 
    multiplier or quantifier in regular expressions 
    string concatenation operator 
+E option, Jikes compiler 
- (dash)
    command arguments, use in 
    Unix option delimiter 
-d (dir) option, javac  2nd 
-D command-line argument
    environment variables, getting 
    system-provided properties, retrieving 
-h (help) command-line argument, checking for 
-help option, javadoc 
. (dot)
    .* in regular expression pattern matching 
.class keyword 
/ (slash)
    /**, in Javadoc comments 
    //+ and //- in special Java comments 
    command arguments, use in 
    operating systems, differences in use 
    Unix root directory 
: (colon)
    after properties file key names/values 
    differences in use on operating systems 
= (equal sign)
    == (equals) operator  2nd 
    after property file key names/values 
@ (at sign)
    annotations and 
    in doc comments 
    XDoclet reading of tags in source code 
\ (backslash)
    continuing lines with 
    escaping metacharacters in regular expressions 
    operating systems, differences in use 
    root directory, Microsoft platforms 
    string escapes, using in 
\n (newlines)  2nd 
    making only valid newline sequence in regular expression matching 
    platform-independent code and 
    strings transmitted by server-side sockets, including in 
\r (carriage return) 
    strings sent across network connections, including in 
    using with \n 
\r\n (line termination characters) 
^ in beginning-of-line regex pattern matching  2nd 
| (vertical bar), pipeline character 
2D graphics 
    drawing text with 


Java Cookbook
Java Cookbook, Second Edition
ISBN: 0596007019
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 409
Authors: Ian F Darwin

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