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    Quote Originally Posted by Panthereitor View Post
    ... and JRE does not enough? why I need JDK
    As to why you need the JDK. The JRE (Java Runtime Environment) simply runs java programs. The JDK (Java Development Kit) however contains tools for compiling Java source code (.java) into Java bytecode (.class) which is what is run by the JRE. So you can run Java programs without the JDK but you can't compile your own Java programs without the JDK.
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    I usually find this link very useful, so just in case if you are interested, have a look : Hello World

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