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    Hi,
    where the definition of for,do while is defined in java library.
    i mean what is the internal definition of for and do--while.


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    Hi
    Thanks for your reply.......
    Actually i am unable to understand the actual meaning of that chapter.
    the things is that i want to know the where for and do while are defined.
    As we are getting the definitions of iterator and collection in java.util. in the same way where these construct are defined.
    if i want to create such construct. how could we create it.

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    Those are reserved words, an internal construct of the Java language. There is no implementation itself. You use it or you don't.
    What are you actually trying to do?

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    Thanks
    actully i want to know ,how we can make my own construct like this.

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    No way. You'd have to rewrite the VM and compiler. There is no need to do such a thing.

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    A lot of Thanks............

    one more query i want to create soap besd web-service from database. i am using myeclipse editor.
    i have a requirment where i have to expose a table as webservice. could you guide me by giving code or steps
    how can write this code.
    Actually i have done googling but not successed.

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    No, sorry. Have a look for the best section to post your question and start a new thread. Nobody will find your question in this thread.

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    If you're interested in making your own control structures, consider trying Scala. They look very natural there. It's build upon JVM and it's a functional language. Though it's more difficult then Java.

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