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Hi,

While reading j2me i noticed one sentence
" CLDC devices will have limited amount of memory between 160KB to 512KB "

Does the above line means ..if we are having memory more than 512KB say for example 2MB or even more then we cannot use CLDC configuration....
[ April 17, 2006: Message edited by: harish thrivile ]
 
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This only means that most CLDC devices will likely have less than 512 KB
of memory and CLDC applications should be designed with that amount in mind.

This does not mean that there are not CLDC devices with more than 512 KB,
or that applications taking more than 512 Kb of memory will not run.
In fact most mobile phones for example now have much more than 512 Kb.
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