Go is a procedural programming language. Programs are assembled using packages. It supports environment adopting patterns similar to dynamic languages.
Java is an object oriented programming language. Java is quiet fast, reliable and secure. It is most widely used language as well.
Following are the important differences between Go and Java.
|1||Type||Go is a procedural programming language and supports patterns similar to dynamic languages.||Java is an object oriented programming language.|
|2||Supports for Class||Go has no support for class with constructors.||Java has support for class with constructors.|
|3||Exception Handling||Go has error handling instead of exception handling.||Java has exception handling.|
|4||Inheritance||Go has no support for inheritance.||Java supports inheritance.|
|5||Implicit Type Conversion||Go has no support implicit type conversion.||Java has implicit type conversion support.|
|6||Function Overloading||Go has no support for function overloading.||Java supports function overloading.|
|7||Generics||Go has no support for generics.||Java supports for generics.|
|8||Channel||Go supports channel.||Java has no support for channel.|
|9||While Statements||Go has no do-while or while statements.||Java has do-while and while statements.|
|10||Size||Go programs are compact in size.||Java programs are less compact in size.|
|11||Threads||Go threads are cheaper than Java threads.||Java threads are expensive than Go threads.|