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    Default hardware requirement for Java

    I want to know wat is the hardware requirement for Java run time to work. Exampl of a calculator which has a small ciruit board and has a calculator app installed or burnt on to the hardware .. Please clarify the hardware requirement for the same.Java run time environment to be burnt on to a hardware to have java apps work on it, so for it wats the hardware requirement,

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    Default Re: hardware requirement for Java

    Did you try google? First hit: What are the system requirements for Java 6?
    I have no idea what you mean by 'burnt'

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    I think he means what are the requirements to make Java run on hardware such as a calculator?

    It would need some kind of JVM but I have no idea about this kind of thing. Would be interested to find out though. Always wanted to make a robot
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    Cross-posted without notification on CodeGuru forums.

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    Default Re: hardware requirement for Java

    Hi

    I mean burnt as in embedding to a hardware , not to work in PC...
    A good example is calculator, the hardware looks very much like a circuit board but has the calc program embedded into the hardware , same way i wanted to know how to embedd java run time in a hardware similar to circuit board, was the requirement of the hardware. Please share this question to ur friends as help me finding my answer.

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    Default Re: hardware requirement for Java

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