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what do you understand by runtime platform exactly?
 
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Originally posted by durga kar:
what do you understand by runtime platform exactly?



Please make your question more clear...are you referring to Runtime 'Environment'? I am not sure if there is something called a runtime platform (OS).
 
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I am using a tool called AserA which is termed as a OS independant tool and the platform is completely runtime. Can you help me in understanding
this statement.
 
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(runtime platform) Its the actual platform type stored in memory isnt it, im not too sure, im still new
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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