machine-independent

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machine-independent

[mə′shēn ‚in·də′pen·dənt]
(computer science)
Referring to programs and procedures which function in essentially the same manner regardless of the machine on which they are carried out.
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Meanwhile, the machine independence and interactivity of Java has been overshadowed by Java Virtual Machine version incompatibilities, scarce and expensive development resources and applets that are either too simple to improve business processes or far too large for efficient transmission over the Internet.