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bikasit babu
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can anybody tell me which site or book is good to learn about java virtual machine
i want to read about .how memories are allocated while we are creating object or writing a code ?
which are allocated to stack and which are allocated to heap
 
Jesper de Jong
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What exactly do you want to know about the JVM?

You could read the Java Virtual Machine Specification online, which explains in detail how it is supposed to work. But since it's a technical reference manual, it might be hard to read (it's not a tutorial).
 
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well First thank you for your reply.but
i want to read about .how memories are allocated while we are creating object or writing a code ?
which are allocated to stack and which are allocated to heap
 
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bikasit babu wrote:well First thank you for your reply.but
i want to read about .how memories are allocated while we are creating object or writing a code ?
which are allocated to stack and which are allocated to heap


You'd have to get the source code and docs for the specific JVM implementation. The spec doesn't dictate that stuff. It's entirely up to the impelmentors.

Also, please don't use large blocks of colored text. It's difficult to read. Thanks!



 
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