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Hello, Kodlogs

I am a new student of Computer Science. I am studying Java right now. I’ve got an MCQ question in my book that asks, the extension name of a java bytecode file is?

I’ve read the whole chapter again thoroughly and I couldn’t figure out the answer anyhow. Please help me out providing the answer.

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A Java class file is a file with the .class filename extension that contains the Java bytecode that can be executed on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). If a source file has more than one class, each class is compiled into a separate class file, but the main byte code is saved inside the .class file and that is named after the same of the public class of the java program.

I hope you get the answer.

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