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Java Garage by Eben Hewitt

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K
keyword

A word reserved by the Java programming language for its exclusive use, which is therefore not available for developer use in naming variables or methods. For example, String for = "x"; is illegal because for is a keyword. Note that two terms, const and goto, are reserved but not used.

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