How is JavaScript different from Java?

Despite what their names would suggest, Java and JavaScript are two distinct languages with many differences. Java is a powerful, general-purpose, platform-independent statically typed programming language. JavaScript, on the other hand, is a dynamically typed compiling language that focuses on creating dynamic and interactive web pages.

Despite their technical differences, Java & JavaScript also have quite a few things in common. Most importantly, both languages are portable to some degree. Java has the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and JavaScript is supported by every modern desktop or mobile browser.

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