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sharon simon
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which jvm has the most amount of obfusication embedded
 
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch

You appear to have arrived in the wrong place; this forum is for discussing the website itself. Let's try moving you.

There are several answers to your question:-
  • 1: It changes from time to time.
  • 2: The more recent versions of many JVMs are open source, so nothing is obfuscated.
  • 3: It is something you do not need to know.
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    Tim Moores
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    What do you mean by "obfuscation in the JVM"? In the Java world, the term is most often used to describe something that is done to class files. If that's what you meant, check out the ProGuard library.
     
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