What is a difference between Identifier and keyword ?
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 Q1. What is a difference between Identifier and keyword ?Core Java2017-04-26 20:01:21

Ans. Keyword is a reserved word that has a pre defined meaning for the compiler and hence cannot be used as an identifier, for example - final, private , for etc.

Identifier is the name given by the programmer to a programming construct, for example - class and method names etc.

java Keywords cannot be used as an identifier in java.

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