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Java is a programming language used on the web to create some of the more powerful websites.


JPEG (or JPG) stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, who developed the standard for this image file format. JPEGs have the file extension JPE, JPG or JPEG. JPEGs are widely used on the internet, and digital cameras often save their pictures as JPGs. JPEG files can be edited in most image editing software.



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