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    What is a Java Virtual Machine?

    any one who comprehensively know about jvm tell me please

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    Re: what is jvm

    I guess it stands for Java Virtual Machine.

    Arif Khan

    please press helped me !!!



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    Re: what is jvm

    Java Virtual Machine is abstarction of hardware plateform.If we write Java program it can run on JVM.So we can install JVM on any hardware and run java program on that hardware.so Java is easliy portsable language.No need to write program for special hardare just write fro JVM(Generic)



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    Re: what is jvm

    JVM stands for Java Virtual Machine .When you write a program in a programming language like C , your prgram passes through different processes till it is translatedinto binary code that is directly executable by the machine .This code although fast yet is highly machine dependant (works only on certain uprocessors) and depends on the OS you use as it calls some of its API routines .Java on the other hand, doesn't translate your program into binary code but into intermediate code called byte code that doesn't depend on your machine .This code requires a program ( the JVM) to run .So, you can run java programs on any machine and any OS given that the JVM is installed on this machine .



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