What is java virtual machine?
JVM is a runtime environment for the compiled Java .class files
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The JVM makes the java platform independent. And all the java programs run inside the JVM.
It is used for the main feature of Java i.e platform independence. It is responsible for converting the .class file into the file which is supported by the different platforms. It does it by generating byte codes. Java virtual machine(JVM) is in the Java runtime environment(JRE) and it's in Java development kit(JDK).
JVM is an interpreter which run bytecode generated by compiler javac
JVM is Java Virtual Machite . It is a virtualization technique used to make java platform independent.
If a computer has a JVM in it then it can execute Byte code created by java Compiler(javac).Byte code is the .class file you see when you compile the java code.
Once bytecode created it can be executed on any platform which contain JVM.
Nowdays nearly all the computer has JVM .
JVM is an abstract machine. It is a specification that provides runtime environment in which java bytecode can be executed.
JVM allow java to be platform independent...
Jvm is independent of its platform, it converts byte code into high level language, which is accepted by machines
JVM provides libraries to JDK and JRE to execute the program. Where JDK has a .exe files and JRE has a dll file