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    What are the supported platforms by Java Programming??


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    Default Re: Java platforms

    Answers to these recent questions you've asked can be found by searching the Internet, reading Wikipedia articles, etc. Most here will resist doing that for you, especially since these sound a bit like homework/quiz questions, so I'm closing these threads.

    PM me if you'd like to offer additional details or reasons for why you ask these questions.

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