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8 CHAPTER 2 ~ AN INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Why does Java use a combination of a compiler and an interpreter? There is no reason why a regular Java compiler couldn’t be created for a particular type of computer. But one of the main purposes of Java is to deliver programs to users via the Internet. A Java-enabled browser (that is, a browser that has a Java interpreter built into it) can run little Java programs, called applets (little “applications”). The many applets available free on the Internet, often with their source code, are one of the reasons why Java has become so popular so fast.

1 Prologue One of the first computers, ENIAC,$eniac developed in 1942-1946 primarily for military applications, was programmed by people actually connecting hundreds of wires to sockets (Figure 2-1) — hardly a “software development” activity as we know it. ) In 1946, John von Neumann developed the idea that a computer program can be stored in the computer memory itself in the form of encoded CPU instructions, together with the data on which the program operates. Then the modern computer was born: a “universal, digital, program-stored” computer that can perform calculations and process information.

8 CHAPTER 2 ~ AN INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Why does Java use a combination of a compiler and an interpreter? There is no reason why a regular Java compiler couldn’t be created for a particular type of computer. But one of the main purposes of Java is to deliver programs to users via the Internet. A Java-enabled browser (that is, a browser that has a Java interpreter built into it) can run little Java programs, called applets (little “applications”). The many applets available free on the Internet, often with their source code, are one of the reasons why Java has become so popular so fast.

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