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By Esen Sagynov
via cubrid.org
Published: Feb 08 2012 / 02:02

Every developer who uses Java knows that Java bytecode runs in a JRE. The most important element of the JRE is Java Virtual Machine (JVM), which analyzes and executes Java byte code. In this article the author explains how JVM works, its structure, how it executes Java bytecode, the order of execution, examples of common mistakes and their solutions, as well as the new features in Java SE 7 Edition. The article, written by a senior software engineer at NHN Corporation, is very detailed and oriented for advanced Java developers.
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Eren Avşaroğulları replied ago:

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Thanks for analysis...

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Witch JVM is this?... there are many implementations of the JVM and all of them do things in a different way.

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Esen Sagynov replied ago:

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We use Oracle's official JDK/JRE.

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