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difference between jdk and jre..?

 
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Dear all,


I had downloaded java jdk1.5.0_03 and jre1.5.0_03 when i open jdk1.5.0_03 folder there is one folder by name jre as we know Jdk consists of jre where jre is the implementation of JVm and is used at runtime then what is the use of jre1.5.0_03 .please clear me the difference between jre (folder inside JDK )and jre1.5.0_03
 
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Check this FAQ.
 
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Dear Christophe

difference between jre (folder inside JDK )and jre1.5.0_03



The provided by you just tells the definitions of jdk and jre

 
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santhosh.R gowda wrote:Dear Christophe
The provided by you just tells the definitions of jdk and jre


I think the faq answers your question. A JDK is a JRE plus tools like the Java compiler, debugger, and other things needed for basic Java development. So...
 
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