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PropertyKeyword
Used to restrict the precision and rounding of floating point calculations to ensure portability.
Specifies a method as being able to generate a certain exception that it does not handle itself.
Keyword that tests whether the preceding statement is an instance of the following class or interface.
Primitive type that can hold a 32-bit signed two's complement integer.
Primitive type that can hold a 64-bit double precision floating-point number.
Ends the execution of the current loop body.
Specifies a class, method or field that is accessible by the members of any class.
Used to throw the exception following this keyword.
Used to define the file location of a class.
Boolean literal value that is associated with the number '0'.
Specifies a class as being uninstantiable.
Tests whether a predicate evaluates to true and executes a block of code if it does.
Specifies a variable that is modified asynchronously by concurrently running threads.
Used to define the external sources that a class can use.
Defines the building blocks of a Java project.
Used to define any interfaces that a class can use.
Primitive type that can hold an 8-bit signed two's complement integer.
Specifies a field of which the value cannot be changed once it has been set.
Used to access the current instance of a class.
Used to define a block that evaluates a variable and can perform different actions depending on the value of the variable.
Defines a set of actions to take after the blocks of two other keywords have finished execution, no matter if an exception was thrown or not.
Primitive type that can hold either 'true' or 'false'.
Used only in conjuction with another keyword to specify a set of actions to take when a predicate evaluates to false.
Primitive type that can hold a 32-bit single precision floating-point number.
Used to define the superclass of a class.
Defines a loop that tests a predicate and executes a block of code if it evaluates to true. It keeps repeating this process until the predicate evaluates o false.
PropertyKeyword
Used only in conjuction with another keyword that defines a loop to create a variant on this type of loop.
Used to access a class's superclass.
Used in the block of another keyword to define a set of actions to take when a variable has a value not represented by the values following other keywords.
Used to create an instance of a class or array object.
Resumes program execution at the start of the current loop body.
Ends the execution of a method and can pass a value to the method's caller
Specifies a field, method or inner class that is only accessible by members of their own class, subclasses of that class, or classes in the same package.
Primitive type that can hold an enumeration.
Specifies a field, method or inner class as equal across all instances across the class.
Primitive type that can hold a single character.
Specifies a method that does not return any value.
Specifies what to do when the statements in the block of another keyword throw an exception.
Special type of class that cannot be instantiated and only contains abstract or default methods.
Specifies an instance field as not part of the default serialised form of an object.
Throws an exception if the predicate following this keyword evaluates to false.
Boolean literal value that is associated with the number '1'.
Used in the block of another keyword to define a set of actions to take when a variable equals the value following this keyword.
Primitive type that can hold a 16-bit signed two's complement integer.
Used in the declaration of a method or code block to acquire the mutex lock for an object while the current thread executes the code.
Used to define a method that is implemented in another programming language.
Keyword that defines a loop that can easily loop trough arrays (amongst other things).
Specifies a field, method or inner class as only accessible by other members of their own class.
Literal value that is Java's equivalent of 'nothing'.
Defines a set of actions that can throw an exception and uses other keywords to handle these exceptions.
Primitive type that can hold a 64-bit signed two's complement integer.
Currently unimplemented.

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