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What is ther role of jre in java?

JRE stands for Java Runtime Environment. JRE is the runtime set up that is required by the JVM to execute java programs. The JRE and JVM (Java Virtual Machine) come packaged along with the Java Development Kit (JDK) that we… Full Answer

Is the JRE platform dependent?

True. Java source code is called "platform independent" because it runs on top of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). In order for this to work, a special JRE must be created for the platform you want to run a Java… Full Answer

What are the different versions of jdk?

There's only the JRE and JDK. the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) is equipped with the basic necessities a client (read: the average home user or business/office employee) computer would need. The JDK (Java Development Kit) contains the JRE plus development… Full Answer

How jre is platform independent?

Jre, or the Java Runtime Environment, runs java programs on any device regardless of their operating system. Because of this, it is independent of the platform (specific device and OS) that it's being run on, and a program written on… Full Answer

Why java interpreted?

Java is interpreted (or actually translated into JVM byte code) to allow the resulting class to be executable by any computer that has a compatible JRE installed on it. Contrast this to a C compiler, where the result is machine… Full Answer

What is jdk?

JDK stands for Java Development Kit. It is the software that you must install in your computer to write Java programs. Along with this you must install the JRE - Java Runtime Environment using which you can run/execute the java… Full Answer