Java is liked by many
Java was first released in 1995 by Sun Microsystems. It’s widely used in areas like scientific computers and cell phones to even game consoles. The main promise of Java is “write once, run everywhere”. It’s achieved by compiling code to bytecode that can run on a Java virtual machine (JVM). JVM can run on any computer achitecture. We were able to run it even on Siteground in spite of the many Siteground reviews saying otherwise.
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Since May 2007, Java is licensed under GNU General Public License.