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Why Java is not fully objective oriented ?
Java is not fully object oriented language, 
because not all values in Java are Objects. The 
basic numeric types such as int, long, double, 
etc., are not objects and need to be "boxed" into 
objects in order to pass them as Object 
parameters or call methods on them. Java does not 
support Multiple inheritance and operator 
overloading. Java uses static keyword. We can 
perform a function declared as static without an 
object this violates real world reflection and 
object orientation.
Posted By: Name:Rajesh Kr URL: Why Java is not fully objective oriented ?