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diff betwee sdk12. and jdk 1.2

 
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Dear friend
Please clarify the diff between sdk1.2 and jdk1.2
many thanks
bapi
 
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These two are names for the API(Applicatin Programming Interface) Framework.
SDK is known as Software Development Kit is known for windows application development from scratch. 1.2 is the version of this API.
JDK is known as Java Development Kit is used to write/develop applications using Java Language. With the help of Java Virtual Machine known as JVM, you can run these programs on any Operating System whether it could be Windows or UNIX or OS/2 etc...
But the programs developed using SDK you cannot run them on other operating systems like UNIX or OS/2.
These are limited to Windows only.
Hope this clears your doubt

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Dear friend
Please clarify the diff between sdk1.2 and jdk1.2
many thanks
bapi


 
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they're the same thing.
the whole package of software you use to write and run java
applications used to be called (in the old days ) the
jdk version 1.2
this was the name for the development environment for the
java2 platform.
nowadays we're more refined and educated---and also we're up
to version 1.3 so now the development environment is called
the java2 sdk version 1.3 or sdk1.3
they've even started calling the java 2 platform that us newbes
use the j3se (for java2 standard edition, as opposed to the
enterprise or micro editions)
 
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