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Thread: What is the logo of Java?

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    Default What is the logo of Java?

    I Know the Coffe cup is the logo for the Java?

    In wiki i found some black image showing hi as a logo>

    Whats the difference between the both?


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    Default Re: What is the logo of Java?

    Nothing really. The official logo for Java is the coffee cup, but the colours vary based on what product they're linked to, or on what medium that logo is shown. The Java website shows the logo with a red background, but that is pretty much just to better match the website design. The official colour logo is on a white background, where the black variants are usually reserved for newspaper prints. For more official information, check out their official Logo guidelines here. That document highlights their stances on what is acceptable and what isn't.
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    Default Re: What is the logo of Java?

    Quote Originally Posted by newbie View Post
    Nothing really. The official logo for Java is the coffee cup, but the colours vary based on what product they're linked to, or on what medium that logo is shown. The Java website shows the logo with a red background, but that is pretty much just to better match the website design. The official colour logo is on a white background, where the black variants are usually reserved for newspaper prints. For more official information, check out their official Logo guidelines here. That document highlights their stances on what is acceptable and what isn't.

    Thanks for your reply.
    I am not asking the different coffe cub logo's.
    I found some image in wiki. But i dont how it is related to java. Is it a logo of java?
    I have mentioned the link below
    Java Platform, Standard Edition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Default Re: What is the logo of Java?

    Aha, I see. The simple answer is no. The logo is the coffee cup as is mentioned in the guidelines I provided. The character you're referring to is Duke. Duke is Java's mascot, originally developed by the people at Sun microsystems before Oracle took Java over. For the full history, check out Orcale's page: Duke, the Java Mascot
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