What is JVM?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

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    Answered by Anil Saini

    The Java Virtual Machine or JVM in short form is a virtual machine interface or abstract machine that drives the java code. In a simple term, Java Virtual Machine is the driving force of java code. In most programming languages, the translator called the compiler generates code for a specific system. However, it is a java compiler that produces or generates bytecode for JVM. The bytecode is generated when a java program is compiled and can effectively run on every kind of platform. Bytecode acts in the middle of the java code and the host system as an intermediary language.

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