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Originally Posted by ghostdog74 So what is a JVM? it's does what an interpreter does, its runs the code. If you can install a JVM, you can also install an ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostdog74
    So what is a JVM? it's does what an interpreter does, its runs the code. If you can install a JVM, you can also install an interpreter.
    Why would you install an interpreter if you don't have any program that requiere it?

    Anyone has JVM because there are many apps written in Java -for Windows-.

    JVM = Java Virtual Machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by X.Cyclop
    Why would you install an interpreter if you don't have any program that requiere it?

    Anyone has JVM because there are many apps written in Java -for Windows-.

    JVM = Java Virtual Machine.
    I know what's a JVM. If i write perl/python programs, i will need the interpreter to run my programs. If you need to run Java programs, you will need the JVM, so you go and download it, right? Its the same if you want to run Perl/python etc programs. you got to download and use the interpreter too.
    I agree, there are many apps written in JAva, and so are many apps written in Python/Perl ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostdog74
    there are many apps written in JAva, and so are many apps written in Python/Perl ...
    But not for Windows.

    Well... I read that with Cygwin you can use bash scripts on Windows. Is it true?
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    Quote Originally Posted by X.Cyclop
    But not for Windows.
    Try googling. you will be surprised.

    Well... I read that with Cygwin you can use bash scripts on Windows. Is it true?
    Yes

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