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By Roberto Tamassia, Michael T. Goodrich

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Scanner Class Just as there is a special object for performing output to the Java console window, there is also a special object, called System. in, for performing input from the Java console window. Technically, the input is actually coming from the "standard in­ put" device, which by default is the computer keyboard echoing its characters in the Java console. in object is an object associated with the standard input device. in) The Scanner class has a number of convenient methods that read from the given input stream.

Out of bounds references have been exploited numerous times by hackers using a method called the buffer overflow attack to compromise the seGUrity of computer systems written in languages other than Java. As a,safety feature, array indices are always checked in Java to see if they are ever ourof bounds. If an array index is out of bounds, the run-time Java environment signals an error condition. The name of this condition is the ArraylndexOutOfBoundsException. This check helps Java avoid a number of security problems (including buffer overflow attacks) that other languages must cope with.

This method must be declared as follows: public static void main(String[] args) { / / main method body ... } The arguments passed as the parameter args to the main method are the command­ line arguments given when the program is called. The args variable is an array of String objects, that is, a collection of indexed strings, with the first string be­ ing args[O], the second being args[l], and so on. 2. Methods Calling a Java Program from the Command Line Java programs can be called from the command line using the java command, fol­ lowed by the name of the Java class whose main method we want to run, plus any optional arguments.

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