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old version of DOS has the JVM?

Anand Nuchchi
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Hi,

And I think for every OS there is a built in JVM.
Am i right or wrong plz tell me?
And the old DOS version which comes without GUI, means there is WIN,
Is that DOS Has the JVM?

waiting for reply

regards
Anand.
Ulf Dittmer
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As was pointed out to you recently, if there's DOS, then there is not necessarily Windows. A JVM for DOS does not exist. There are also other (mostly older) OSes that do not have a JVM.


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Henry Wong
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Originally posted by Anand Nuchchi:
Hi,

And I think for every OS there is a built in JVM.
Am i right or wrong plz tell me?
And the old DOS version which comes without GUI, means there is WIN,
Is that DOS Has the JVM?

waiting for reply

regards
Anand.


Well, DOS will *not* have a built in JVM -- as Java was not invented until many years after DOS.

However, there are a few thirdparty JVMs, that apparently work with DOS. I have never tried it myself, so can't say for sure. Just google for "DOS" and "Java".

Henry


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