JAVA is an object-oriented programming language that compiles to executable code.
It’s the language of choice for many programmers, who love to write code that runs in the browser.
In fact, the open source version of the language that runs on the Chrome browser has the advantage of running in the background.
But some programmers prefer to write their programs in languages like Python, which run on a more static platform.
To get around this, some programmers have used the Java obfuscation technique to avoid the performance hit of using the native language of the operating system.
This article explains the basic technique and shows how it can be applied to Java programs.
The article was written by John S. Kelleher, a senior writer at Microsoft Research.
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