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Uses and Application of Java

 
Gopi Arumugam
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Which is the most famous and popular application of Java in the world.
 
bala nannaka
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for giving a priority we have to consder a no of factors in to considerations .its context ,its scope ,its existance....
 
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. . . its existence?

Are you suggesting there is a popular non-existent Java application?

Google.
 
Burkhard Hassel
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A.GOPI ARUMUGAVALLI asked:
Which is the most famous and popular application of Java in the world.


I think this one:
 
Joe Ess
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Originally posted by Burkhard Hassel:

I think this one:


I think this Java app gets run several times for each iteration of that one.
 
Iain Rodgers
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Here are some applets Popular applets

Cellphone applications are pretty widespread and popular.

Heres a link to some popular java innovations - Java innovations including cellphone and in-car.

The above makes it seem as though Java is only useful in trivial situations or in cases where you're not using heavyweight hardware - but thats not true. My own first-hand experience of Java (though I'm not a Java expert myself) is interfacing fairly large Oracle databases for Police systems. Don't know if those systems can be described as "popular"!

Do a bit of googling yourself to see what you can come up with.
 
Burkhard Hassel
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Joe Ess posted 06.04.2007 14:13
I think this Java app gets run several times for each iteration of that one.



giggle,

yes, at least in my case!
 
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