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saravanan ragunathan
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why the java language is called as java platform
 
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Thats because whatever coding you do in java, it actually runs in the Java Virtual Machine & not on your OS directly. It serves as a platform on which your code executes.
 
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Vinoth Kumar Kannan wrote:Thats because whatever coding you do in java, it actually runs in the Java Virtual Machine & not on your OS directly. It serves as a platform on which your code executes.


then when i exceute the c pgm in turboc ..it is executed in os ..is it right

 
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Please avoid abbreviations like pgm.

Not sure about Turbo-C; I don't use it. I tend to find I'm using gcc which produces code directly executable by the operating system.
 
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