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Shilpa Jain

Joined: Aug 17, 2000
Posts: 16
Is the JVM different for different operating systems like is JVM for Windows NT different from the JVM for Novell.
Aqeel Ahmad

Joined: Sep 23, 2000
Posts: 11
Java is platform independent this means your Java program runs just as well on a PC running Windows 95/98/NT/2000 as it will on Sun Solaris or Linux. This is possible because a java program does not execute directly on your computer. It runs on a standardized hypothetical machine called JVM, which itself runs on that particular operating system. so JVM has to be different for different platform.
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