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    Default Running a system

    I have open source code which requires JVM for it to run. How do I install JVM into my CPU.

    Let's say I have a file named DMRemon.bat.

    Is bat the short form for batch?

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    Yes normally bat is short form for batch. You can open it with your editor and decide whether it is a dos batch file or not. I guess it is used ti set the classpath before trying to run your system.

    How do I install JVM into my CPU.
    You need to find a JVM for your CPU architecture and operating system. Check this page for standard ones:

    Download Java software from Sun Microsystems

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