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An object-oriented programming language used to create applications that run on client or server computers, and "applets" for use as part of a Web page.
Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG)
File format for full-color and black-and-white graphic images. JPEG images allow for more colors than GIF images and are usually smaller in size.
An object that tells a device where to start executing an operating system image.