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What is the Java Virtual Machine?
The JVM is the software that executes Java bytecode. A Java program, written in a file with a .java extension, is compiled into class files that have a .class extension. The class files are written in bytecode. To execute these files, the computer uses the JVM to interpret the bytecode.
A browser that is capable of executing Java applets has the JVM built into it. To run a Java application, the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) must be installed. The JRE contains the files in the Java Development Kit minus the development tools, only the files necessary to run a Java application are present.
The bytecode is the same for all platforms, but the JVM will be different on different platforms because it needs to execute programs using the native code of the machine it is running on.
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