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Java on Win 3.1?

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Can I install my JDK and run my programs on Windows 3.1. If so, what are the limitations.
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Sun's JDK does not support 16-bit windows platform.  You can get the information from the Sun's web site (http://java.sun.com).
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IBM's Alphaworks site has a JVM for Windows 3.1
The limitations are noted in the documentation:

http://www.alphaWorks.ibm.com/formula.nsf/searchtechnologies/7FD4EC6A3EAA96F988256449006FC225
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