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Posted By:   Anand_Fakir
Posted On:   Thursday, September 5, 2002 08:42 AM

What is the difference between JDK and SDK?

Re: JDK and SDK

Posted By:   neal_ravindran  
Posted On:   Friday, October 18, 2002 03:18 PM

JDK=Java Development Kit

SDK=Software development kit


Both are the same. They help you in developing code(java in our case)


There is a difference between JRE and JDK. One gives just the virtual machine while the other gives you ALL things needed to develop code(means JRE is included)

Re: JDK and SDK

Posted By:   Roger_Hand  
Posted On:   Thursday, September 5, 2002 09:17 AM

The term "JDK", while still in common use, is no longer the term Sun tends to use. JDK 1.1.8 is the last use of the JDK term I could see on the Java downloads section of the Sun site. After that they use the term SDK.


So when somebody says to download the "Java 1.4 JDK" they really mean (using Sun's current terminology) to download the "Java 1.4 SDK".

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