What is the difference between JDK and JRE? I know its silly to ask but i am shameless till i get my things get clarified... :D
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the JRE is the runtime environment. when installed on your system, it allows you to run Java applications.
if you want to write your own, though, you'll need a bit more. you'll need the JDK (development kit) for that, it contains the JRE, but it also contains additional tools you'll …
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