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Recommended Books for learning JVM Internal Architecture

Nuwan Arambage
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I'm interested in drilling down JVM Internal Archtecture.... I have read online materials Available
in www.artima.com....

If somebody knows the stuff about JVM... Hoping to have a good reply for JVM geeks


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Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch

Try the JVM specification, or the BCEL manual, though the latter is a bit out of date.
Jesper de Jong
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Nuwan Arambage
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch

Try the JVM specification, or the BCEL manual, though the latter is a bit out of date.


Yes......... It will be very useful to me........but I want to know the particular e book to meddle with the JVM stuff....

Campbell Ritchie
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If you want to meddle ( ), maybe Jesper's link will be more useful.
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Nuwan Arambage wrote: . . . Yes......... It will be very useful to me........
David Newton
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Many of the older JVM books are still quite relevant; I like Venners' (he's a Scala guy). There's another one I don't remember at the moment, I might just be thinking of the old O'Reilly one.
Nuwan Arambage
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David Newton wrote:Many of the older JVM books are still quite relevant; I like Venners' (he's a Scala guy). There's another one I don't remember at the moment, I might just be thinking of the old O'Reilly one.


Thanks mate .......
BTW I will on for it........ :thumbup: ... I guess it will clear up curiosity of internal JVM heavy liftings.....
David Newton
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They're fun, because they make doing fun things like load-time byte-code manipulation understandable. A lot of libraries do things like that; it's nice to know how.
Vishal Kashyap
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Try it out
1] Inside the Java Virtual Machine
-- Bill Venners

2] Java and theJava Virtual Machine




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David Newton
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I already recommended the first one; the second one is $64 used on Amazon. It's from the same era as the O'Reilly book; I wouldn't bother.
 
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