Platform Independence

Why platform independence is needed in real world ?

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sunil kumar ch

  • Sep 23rd, 2012

This is because code development could be done in a particular platform however a client may be interested in using a different platform, in this case if the code has dependency on the platform it would be difficult to implement the sources developed


  • Dec 10th, 2012

Write once and run anywhere, that means if we develop one application on one operating system and for using it will execute on any operating system.

Praveen Kumar

  • Dec 13th, 2012

Yes Java is Platform independent. When you compile your program, the java compiler provides you with a class file which consists of intermediate representation of the code. when you run this class file on a jvm the jvm interprets the intermediate representation and converts it to low level code i.e machine code based on the underlying hardware architecture, which is then executed on the fly

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