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JDK API Reference
JDK Guide to New Features
JDK Tool Documentation
JDK Demos
Java Tutorial
JDK Contents

JDKTM 1.1.1 Documentation

Java Development Kit

JDK Release Notes
General information about this particular release.

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Located in the JDK documentation download bundle:
Copyright and License Terms for documentation
New Feature Summary
Complete Class List
Updating 1.0 source files to 1.1
Contacting JavaSoft

Located on the JavaSoft website:
JDK-Related Technology
Performance Measurements
Compatibility Issues
Writing Compatible Programs
Known Bugs
Fixed Bugs
Submitting a Bug Report
Documentation Changes
JDK Download Page
JavaSoft Home Page

The remaining documents are located in the JDK software download bundle except as noted.

JDK API Reference
Reference to packages, classes and members. Generated by javadoc.

Java Platform Core API

JDK Guide to New Features
Concepts, descriptions and examples to get started using the JDK.
From our JavaSoft website you can Download PDF and PS versions of some of these (optional).

  1. Internationalization
  2. Security and Signed Applets
  3. AWT Enhancements
  4. JavaBeansTM
  5. JAR File Format
  6. Networking Enhancements
  7. IO Enhancements
  8. Math Package
  9. Remote Method Invocation
  10. Object Serialization
  11. Reflection
  12. JDBCTM - Connecting Java and Databases
  13. Inner Classes
  14. Java Native Interface
  15. Performance Enhancements
  16. Miscellaneous Features

JDK Tool Documentation
Reference documentation for the JDK tools.

JDK Demos
Sample code of Java applets and applications

The Java Tutorial
A quick start toward learning Java.
Currently being revised to cover JDK 1.1 as well as JDK 1.0.2.

NOTE - JDK 1.1.1 is a bug-fix release. In general, documentation that refers to "JDK 1.1" applies equally well to "JDK 1.1.1".

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