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Core-Java - Why Java is not purely object oriented?




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asked marvit August 27, 2014 03:40 AM  

Why Java is not purely object oriented?


           

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answered By Madhumathi   0  
Java is not purely object oriented because it contains primitives . 
Primitves are byte , char, int, float , double and long .
All these primitives can be converted into objects using the wrapper classes in java .
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