A quick overview of the differences between Java and Apex

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When learning Salesforce, you will sooner or later hear that Salesforce’s Apex is “Java-like.” What does that mean, exactly?

Well, for starters, it means that if you already know Java, then you don’t have to start over from square zero to learn the Salesforce back end programming language.

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is a composer and photographer from Detroit, Michigan. He has been working on a Java program to display certain mathematical diagrams.

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