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From: "Campbell, Rolf [SKY:1U32:EXCH]" <moscoop AT americasm01 DOT nt DOT com>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Not-emulators (was AMD processors and assembly language)
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 09:40:02 -0500
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AndrewJ wrote:

> > To me, an "emulator" is something that translates one machine
> > language to another on the fly (either by interpreting or dynamic
> > recompilation).  For example, NES and Java programs run on emulators.
> But Java doesn't really have it's own machine language, it's bytecode.  So
> Java programs don't really run under an emulator, they run under an
> interpreter, right?  Unless they have made a native Java processor when I
> wasn't looking?

    Java 'bytecode' is a machine language.  Whether there is an actual machine
that supports it with hardware is irrelevant.

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(\/) Rolf Campbell (\/)



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