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ITS320 Presentation


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ITS320 Presentation

  1. 1. • Java is architecturally neutral which means that a program written with Java will run on any platform• Java runs on a hypothetical computer known as Java virtual Machine ( JVM)
  2. 2. • “ Write once, run anywhere” ( WORA) is Sun Microsystems slogan for Java’s ability to work on multiple platforms.• Java compiler product generates bytecodes, a format to transport code to multiple
  3. 3. • Creating a Java Application requires the use of an Integrated Development Environment ( IDE) such as j Grasp or Eclipse.• Within the IDE commands are typed in using Java language rules.
  4. 4. • The same Java programming language bytes code will run on any platform.• There are no data type incompatibilities across hardware and software architectures.
  5. 5. • Java provides platform portability because of its architectural neutrality.• Java does not run on the machine itself but instead it runs on the JVM which works with a variety of machines.