Java vs Sk - What's the difference?

java | sk |


As a proper noun java

is java (an island of indonesia in the malay archipelago).

As a symbol sk is

the symbol for the slovak koruna.

java

English

Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • An island of Indonesia in the Malay Archipelago.
  • (computing) An object-oriented, garbage-collected computer programming language.
  • (computing, proscribed) JavaScript, when no distinction is made between it and Java.
  • * 1996' October 6, "Timothy Litwiller" (username), ''HOW TO MAKE A '''JAVA ALERT POP UP ON LOAD'', in comp.lang.javascript, ''Usenet
  • * 1996 December 10, "C├ędric Bouckaert" (username), onBlur event handler with input fields'', in comp.lang.javascript, ''Usenet
  • In the input tag I include the onBlur="myfunction()" which checks if the field is filled (displays an alert if necessary and resets the focus). If I leave the first field I get an java' alert which says that field two should have a value and then a '''java''' alert which says that field one should have a value and then a ' java ... get the picture ?
  • * 1997' January 7, "Kenneth Roddy" (username), '''''Java Alert Messages When Netscape Home Page Loads'', in comp.infosystems.www.browsers.ms-windows, ''Usenet
  • * 1997' February 18, "AG" (username), ''alert...is there a way of controling font size and style when '''java alert window opens'', in comp.lang.javascript, ''Usenet
  • I created an alert window using java' script, but I found the fonts too small. Is there a way of controling font size and style when ' java alert window opens.
  • * 2003' April 8, "mpaulopes" (username), ''Passing values to a '''Java popup windows'', in macromedia.coldfusion.cfml_general_discussion, ''Usenet
  • Usage notes

    * While referring to JavaScript as Java is technically incorrect, this usage occurs often enough to merit verifying which is meant in cases where it's not clear.

    Derived terms

    * Java cat (the musang) * Java sparrow * Javanese

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A chicken of the Java breed which was developed in the United States.
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    sk

    Translingual

    Symbol

    (head)
  • The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Slovakia.
  • Saskatchewan, a province of Canada.
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