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Apple continues to issues bug fixes for Java 6 on Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion.On Windows, the Java runtime (JRE) may or may not be pre-installed, the decision is left up to the hardware manufacturer.The Java Runtime Environment doesn't really care about, or deal with, the Java programming language, it takes Java bytecode as input.This, along with assorted advantages to using a JVM, has led to other programming languages also being translated into Java bytecode so that they can be run in a Java Virtual Machine. 2013 Wired reported on two such popular languages, Clojure and Scala.But well before this, Apple and Microsoft did not like Java because it made their operating systems less important.A Java program can, in theory, run equally well on Windows, OS X and Linux. As long as there is a JRE for an operating system, Java programs can run on that system.

Oracle gave up issuing bug fixes for Java version 6 in the middle of 2013 (for free that is; you can pay Oracle for Java 6 bug fixes).This opens up other environments too, such as IBM mainframes and Unix.The popular phrase, in the early days of Java was "write once, run anywhere".On the server side however, Java has always been popular.Java programs are prepared for execution in the JVM/JRE by being translated into something called Java bytecode.

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