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Hello! Pretty new to Java!

So was hoping for some advice, currently doing a class of computer science intro alongside learning some java code. I'm starting to get familiar with some of the main concepts of writing java code (I use the Eclipse IDE, super helpful), but have been asked to write an iJVM code, I have been given some info on the language,

is there any useful softwares I could download possibly to help me write and run it? As I'm assuming its somewhat different to standard java syntax?
Any advice or useful site links etc would be really helpful!

Thanks!
 
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Welcome to CodeRanch Rona!

Rona Plant wrote:is there any useful softwares I could download possibly to help me write and run it?


I'm not familiar with the theoretical chipset, the instruction set or any of the emulators, but this looks like a really good place to start: http://www.dmi.unict.it/~barba/Architetture.html/SIMULATORS/emuIJVM/index.html

As I'm assuming its somewhat different to standard java syntax?


It's completely different. It appears to be a subset of Java bytecode, designed to help you understand stack machines and assemblers.
 
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I will look into this thank you for the help!
 
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Let us know if you need any help. I ran the emulator once and it looks pretty straightforward.
 
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