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On what platform Java can work?

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Java is a platform independent language. It can be used in all platforms. Ex: windows, unix etc.

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by creating a jre spesific to each platform programmers can confidently write code in any platform and assume it willl also work in aany other. theirfore java is platform independent as bytecode would look the same on any platform, however will be implemented by a diffrent interpreter for each platform.


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