Is java a platform Independent language. I think its no?
My question is in what respect java is totally platform dependent. Is there any case? Share with Us. I have seen this question. So please reply quickly. Java is probably one of object oriented programming. Does it purely object oriented programming?
What James said. In addition, a lot of the time there are JNI (Java Native Interfaces) methods/classes that are wrappers to interface with native code that is distinctly platform dependent. If you write "pure" Java, then it is platform independent - the underlying JVM (Java Virtual Machine) takes care of the platform-specific issues, such as byte order for numbers, file and network system interfacing, etc.