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Can I run the Program?

 
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Suppose, I don't have JDK loaded on my computer, But I have a class file (after compiling .java file) which I transfer from another computer to my computer. Can I run the class file ? (i.e. execute the program since Interpreter is platform dependent and comes along with software as it is installed by the vendor on software.I have windows '98 and NT loaded on my PC).
Correct me.
 
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Yes!
I'm moving this thread to the "Java in General (beginner)" forum.
 
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