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Default Difference between bytecode and object code?

Hi to everybody, I am a beginner in Java programming language and I learned some stuff about translating program code from the start to the end of cycle where ".exe" file is generated. So generally, these are steps:
1. source code is translating with compiler to the object code(relatively addressed);
2. object code is connected with other object codes(if they exist) across linker;
3. If device has Operating System(of course It has, this question doesn't make any sense), loader loads that linked file in RAM of OS and makes ".exe" file. So, in relation of that story, what are relations between this general working which I have just told and "working" in Java(exactly JVM)? Are there any relations between bytecode in Java and object code in general? Any help will be helpful.
 
Old September 18th, 2017, 05:40 AM
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Byte code - a kind of machine code where the “processor” is an idealized processor that can be implemented on any machine architecture

Object code - a package of code to be executed that can be manipulated by (usually) a linker to produce a program or a library, or which can be an input to a loader. The packaged code is generally either byte code or machine code.

You can find more difference here :- Bytecode vs Object Code in detail
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