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How does JVM differ from JRE?

27th Sep 2016, 7:25 AM
Nwaburu Emeka Christian
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jre has the jvm bundled inside of it. it is responsible for running java. while the jvm is responsible for converting java into java byte code.
27th Sep 2016, 3:44 PM
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In simple Way JDK= JRE + DEVELOPMENT TOOLS; (JDk provides Environment to Develop and Run the program) JRE=JVM+ LIBRARY CLASSES (JRE provides Environment Only to Run the Program) #JVM is responsible to exicute the program from source code to Machine code
6th Nov 2016, 6:26 PM
Mukesh Kumaar
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JVM is the java virtual machine. It converts java code to byte code so it can run on any platform. And The Jre(java runtime environment) It contains the other feature including JVM.­čśâtnx
5th Nov 2016, 4:22 PM
Mashrafe - avatar
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Jvm is abstract computing machine that interprets and run the byte code while Jre is java runtime environment i.e software environment required for running java applications,programs and software....Jvm is a part of jre
5th Nov 2016, 5:35 PM
Play - avatar
JVM executes the Java byte code and converts it into "real" byte code the CPU understands, JRE contains all standard Java stuff, like the String or int classes and their methods.
5th Nov 2016, 4:05 PM
liketechnik2000 - avatar