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can i call jdk1.5 to j2sdk1.5 ? it is correct or not ?

 
Prabhat Ranjan
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Hi,

Earlier i used j2sdk 1.4 version and i said i have worked on j2sdk 1.5 !

is i am really wrong or right ?

Please correct me if i am wrong !

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Prabhat
 
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"JDK" is preferred over "SDK." See Sun - Java SE Naming and Versions.
 
Prabhat Ranjan
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off course its only the naming convention but its not wrong to say j2sdk 1.5 or jdk1.5 ...

i think so !
 
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Prabhat Ranjan wrote:Earlier i used j2sdk 1.4 version and i said i have worked on j2sdk 1.5 !

is i am really wrong or right ?

Which is it? The subject and your content don't match.

If you've only worked on 1.4 and said you worked on 1.5, then you're wrong.
 
Prabhat Ranjan
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no i am saying if i work on jdk1.4 can i say it j2sdk 1.4 or not ?
 
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Starting with Java 5, the "J2SDK" nomenclature went the way of the Dodo. It's only "Java 5", "Java 6" etc. now.
 
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ok thanks !
 
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