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Glossary of Telecom Terms : J

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Java
A computer language developed by Sun Microsystems that allows the creation of "applets" (small applications) or "live objects" (interactive web -based events).

 

JavaScript
A scripting language, developed by Netscape Communications, specifically designed to work on the World Wide Web, to add multimedia elements and interaction to web pages. It is not a computer language in itself; and is only remotely related to Java.

 

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