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Java does not use pointers because they are unsafe and increases the complexity of the program. Since Java is known for its simplicity of code, adding the term of pointers contradicts. Because JVM is responsible for implicit memory allocation, pointers in Java are discouraged to avoid direct access to memory by the user.

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