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jdk1.3 or j2ee?

 
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Hi I am totally confused? In order to compiple java programs, Should I download both ot just j2ee is enough? (I guess I need to download j2ee inorder to develop servlets) Please can anybody tell me should I also need jdk1.3 too?
 
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The J2EE is an add on.
If you want to write regular programs, start with just the JDK standard edition. After you have some experience with that, then you can move on to the J2EE stuff.
 
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