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JDK 1.1 vs JDK 1.2

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I am using JDK 1.1 for development mainly because most browser don't support 1.2 (I assume 80 - 90% ???) and I don't want to force a user to install any pluggin (just because I think they won't do it).
Today I took a very short look at the Collection framework of the JDK 1.2 and I am impressed as it solves many problems which I solve now by writing my own code (this beside awt versus swing).
So, which JDK are using for developing?
Are there any estimations how many users use browser which do not support programs developed with JDK 1.2.?
When will 1.2 be standard?
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