Is Java a Scripting?
What is a scripting language?
A scripting language is a programming language that allows developers to write scripts or programs that can be executed within other software environments. These scripts are usually interpreted rather than compiled, meaning that they are executed line by line rather than being transformed into machine code before execution.
Java – A compiled language
Java, on the other hand, is not typically considered a scripting language. It is a compiled language, which means that the code is first compiled into bytecode and then executed by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
The JVM converts the bytecode into machine code for the specific platform on which it is running. This compilation process makes Java highly efficient and allows it to run on any platform with a compatible JVM.