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Mac OS X supports Java 2 out of the box. Apple has also provided Java support for QuickTime, WebObjects, AppleScript, and other core technology.   More>>

Mac OS X supports Java 2 out of the box. Apple has also provided Java support for QuickTime, WebObjects, AppleScript, and other core technology. Java support on classic Mac will stop at 1.1.8 although the performance will continue to improve. [FAQ Previously managed by Daniel Steinberg]."   <<Less

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I wrote one game on PC and used 1.1.8 VM for compileing because if IE limitation. I asked my friend...
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Anyone heard when OS X will have 1.4 support? I'm considering moving to the Mac platform, but only ...
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Hello, I have been given the code for a Java application which uses an Access database to store its ...
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Hi All, We r developing a software in which multiple applications (running under same JVM) communic...
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i am new to jsp development and my client is telling me the application must be able to run with the...
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I would like to download an audio book to an ibook and then to an ipod. The book is available only i...
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Hello, as a part of an web based content tool i try to request information about a file located on ...
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I have a client application running on both windows and java. In windows when we minimise the applic...
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Dear Friends ! I need to find out how to recognize, with html, if the MRJ Plugin is installed a...
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My app start tcsh with Runtime.exec("./tcsh"). Up to this point everything works fine. Then it gets...
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