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if i had installed in my computer jdk already and if i need to run something from j2EE OR J2ME I will have to install jdk from j2EE and J2ME too??? Or jdk from j2se are complete for all plataforms like J2EE and J2ME ??? I don�t know if you can understand my question but I need to have some answer, thank you soo much!!!
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Well if you install the j2ee, you can run normal java programs (the current jdk that ur computer has) too. but if you have just the j2se, you would not be able to run j2ee or j2me. dont know about if j2ee is good enough for j2me too.
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