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JRE / JDK Netbeans

 
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What is Difference b/w JRE and JDK...
and what is a Netbeans..?
 
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Howdy Ashish!

I think you must go to Java Begginers
 
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The Java Beginners FAQ answers your first question (see #18).

NetBeans is an IDE, see http://www.netbeans.org/

By the way, please search first before you post a question. These questions have been asked many times, and you would have found an answer much quicker if you would have searched for it yourself.
 
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