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What OS is mostly used with Java?


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2011-07-05 05:51:03
2011-07-05 05:51:03

Windows ,Linux /unix.

Windows "looks" better to the eye and therfor is easier for

work its depend upon your choice and work iseely on that

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Yes, Android OS is easy for java developers. It is because the coding in Android is in core Java.

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Because all Java bytecode runs on the Java JVM, which in turn runs on top of the OS. Thus, Java separates the execution environment from the OS, making the Java code machine independent. The same Java code can be run on pretty much any machine, provided that a JVm is available.

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It is a Linux-based open source operating system. Programming languages are in C, C++, and Java, with apps being written in a customized version of Java.

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Java is a programming language developed by Sun Microsystems. It is a open source language which can be used by anyone and everyone, for more details on the use of java see Java patents. Google has developed a Java based OS for mobile devices which has been patented for its functionality which means that Google does not have any ownership rights over the actual Java language.

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Core Java is Sun's term, used to refer to Java SE, the standard edition and a set of related technologies, like the Java VM, CORBA, et cetera. This is mostly todifferentiatefrom, say, Java ME or Java EE. Also note that they're talking about a set of libraries rather than the programming language.

Well, I do know that Macs, Linuxes, and Windows computers all support Java, but I do not know if other, lesser-known OSes will support Java.

Not usually. There are numerous languages out there with similar functionality. The only time you must use Java is if your employer or client demands that a project be done in Java, or a particular platform requires the use of Java, such as Android OS.

There is, in that apps are written in a customized version of Java, using Android's SDK (Software Development Kit).

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