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The Java Platform Debugger Architecture (JPDA) consists of three interfaces designed for use by debuggers in development environments for desktop systems like JVM TI and JDI and JDWP

What are advantages, disadvantage, practical uses of each of them.
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Speaking generally , JPDA is what is used by your Eclipse (and other java IDEs as well) to give you a debug mode , which allows you to hold off execution at a breakpoint, step into code and inspect variables.

Not sure what you mean  by  advatages/advantages of JPDA ,as we are not comparing anything here . But if it's abt the three interfaces , then can you list out which ones are you looking for?
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But if it's abt the three interfaces , then can you list out which ones are you looking for?

I think they are

JVM TI and JDI and JDWP

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