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    Default hello everybody. I am new to java.

    I am a free lance Visual Basic 6 programmer.

    I am not going after .net as there also I have to change my entire design with only 50% of my code going in .net.

    I want to begin with java SE which is free.

    My clients are normally small businesses with 1 to 5 PCs in a LAN.

    Normally my clients will not pay for Licences for java .

    Can I go smoothly with JAVA SE or be forced to buy EE licence.

    Seniors please guide.

    Thanks


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    Default Re: hello everybody. I am new to java.

    Welcome to the forums pbastodkar.

    Java SE and Java EE serve two different purposes. I suppose it depends on what you wish to achieve.
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