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    Default Jvm

    is there a single jvm for 2 different operating systems

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    The jvm is the operating system dependent part of Java, and is the piece of the puzzle that makes the rest of it platform independent. So, considering that, what do you think?

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    jvm is dependent on the processor more specifically the instruction set of the machine...so fr diff processors like intel, motorola etc..u hav diff jvms....but suppose i hav windows and intel on one machine...and linux and intel on another...do the jvms in these both differ?

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    For diffrent operating systems the JVM implementation is diffrent of course. But a program you wrote will most likely run with any JVM.

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