1. Why is the first four bytes of Java class file format is CAFEBABE? stackoverflow.com
Why is the first four bytes of Java class file format is CAFEBABE? Who named it? Your views/guesses? Source: IBM Java Programing Dynamics
3. ConstantPool in .class file format coderanch.com
Hello all, I am writing a .class file parser (for fun) and I'm going through the specification for the class file format. Here's my question: So the ConstantPool spec has a list of elements. Some of the elements within the constant pool refer to other elements inside the pool. Can I assume that if the nth element in the constant pool ...
4. Java card - Unsupported class file format forums.oracle.com
5. Clarification in J2SE 5 class file format in VM spec forums.oracle.com
Hello all, If one looks at the Table 4.1 in Section 4.1 of the class file format ( http://java.sun.com/docs/books/jvms/second_edition/ClassFileFormat-Java5.pdf), atleast one point seems not clear. The notes under that table says : (Statement 1:) "If the ACC_INTERFACE flag of this class file is set, its ACC_ABSTRACT flag must also be set (2.13.1) and its ACC_PUBLIC flag may be set. Such a ...