Keywords in Java:
There are many keywords that can be defined in the Java language. These keywords,
combined with the syntax of the operators and separators, forms the foundation of the Java
language. These keywords cannot be used as a class name,variable name or method name.
abstract , continue , for , new , switch , assert , default , goto, package, synchronized , boolean , do , if , private , this , break , double , implements , protected , throw , byte , else , import , public , throws , case , enum , instanceof , return , transient , catch , extends , int , short , try , char , final , interface , static , void , class , finally , long , strictfp , volatile , const , float , native , super , while
In Java, there are a few characters that are used as separators. The most commonly used separator in Java is the semicolon(;). As you know, it is used to terminate statements
defines precedence in expressions containing control statements and other conditional statements.It stores the list of parameters present in method definition and invocation
defines block of code for classes,methods and stores values that are initialized in arrays.
Used for array type declaration and also used when dereferencing array values.
used for terminating statements.
used for separating consecutive identifiers in a variable declaration and also for chaining statements together inside a "for" statement.
Used to differentiate package names from subpackages and classes. Also used to separate a variable or method from a reference variable.