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Loading,Linking and initialization

Raj Kumar Bindal
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Joined: Apr 15, 2006
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I am not clear about the loading of a class.
Exactly where is the class loaded.Can we see how much memory is taken by my class.
I think the sequence is like this way :
1.Loading : Happens just after we write :
java classname
Loading means conversion of our class file to binary and bringing that binary to the jvm memory.
--please tell me how much memory is available to jvm,and is that memory refers to ram only.
I think you people understood what i want to say.
Kind let me know the proper sequence and meaning of each step.
Deepak Bala
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Can we see how much memory is taken by my class


Strictly speaking - no

java classname


The byte code is loaded into the JVM using the java command, yes.

how much memory is available to jvm,and is that memory refers to ram only


You can configure that with the Xmx and Xms flags when you invoke the interpreter.


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