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Answer / ranganathkini
The Java interpreter is a part of the JVM which translates
Java bytecodes into native machine codes and executes them.
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Answer / chandrarekha
The Java Virtual Machine(JVM) consists of class
loaders,execution engine and the JIT compiler. The
execution engine has the java interpreter which does line
by line conversion of the java class file or the byte code
into machine code...
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Answer / boopathi
java interpreter is part of JVM ,which is used to convert from byte code to the machine understandable code,user can easily identify the byte code, but they can't identify the machinary code .so more securablr also.
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