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About JVM and one basic question

Vijay Chandran
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Dear friends,

(1) Is there anything that is advantage for Java, that is also a disadvantage of it?

(2) Please provide me some links where there is an explanation about the structure of JVM with diagrams.

Kindly provide me a solution.

Thanks & Regards
Vijay
Joanne Neal
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Originally posted by vijaychandran rajagopalan:
Please provide me some links where there is an explanation about the structure of JVM with diagrams.


There's no diagrams, but chapter 3 of the JVM specification describes the structure of the JVM.


Joanne
Vijay Chandran
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Joined: Jan 07, 2007
Posts: 186

Thank you very much Joanne.

Kindly provide a solution for point (1) above.

Thanks & Regards,
Vijay
Campbell Ritchie
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Originally posted by vijaychandran rajagopalan:
Thank you very much Joanne.

Kindly provide a solution for point (1) above.

Thanks & Regards,
Vijay
Joanne is a very helpful person and an asset to JavaRanch.

Please use the search facility above; this question has come up before and you will probably find some useful old threads. You have been on the Ranch long enough not to expect long answers to such questions if you don't Search First and Show Some Effort.
Campbell Ritchie
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Originally posted by Joanne Neal:


There's no diagrams, but chapter 3 of the JVM specification describes the structure of the JVM.
Another useful link is the BCEL Manual.
 
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