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how to use java on Macintosh operating system

 
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hi

i am working on java applications on Windows NT
can anyone tell me how to use java on Macintosh operating system.
will it be possible to run java applications on Mac OS
how can i do that


waiting for your valuable suggestions.


regards
santosh
 
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Originally posted by Santosh Kumar:
...can anyone tell me how to use java on Macintosh operating system.
will it be possible to run java applications on Mac OS
how can i do that...


Java bytecode is platform-independent, so the code you've already compiled on NT should run fine on any system with a JRE. The good news is that Java comes installed and ready to go on Macs, so you should have no difficulties.

If you're asking how to compile using the Mac OS, see this thread in our Mac forum. If you have other Mac-specific questions, then you might do better starting a new topic in the Mac forum.
 
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