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Tomendra Singh
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if i want to run the .class file on linux or other operating system what i have to do for that,does any need of jre or jdk to run .class file.


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Ulf Dittmer
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.class files are platform independent, so you can compile them on one platform, and then transfer them elsewhere for running. Of course, you will need to have a JRE installed.


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Tomendra Singh
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thank you ulf.
 
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