Write once, run anywhere (WORA), or sometimes Write once, run everywhere (WORE), was a 1995slogan created by Sun Microsystems to illustrate the cross-platform benefits of the Java language.Click to see full answer. Correspondingly, why Java is called write once run anywhere language?JVM(Java Virtual Machine) acts as a run-time engine to run Java applications. Java applications are called WORA (Write Once Run Anywhere). This means a programmer can develop Java code on one system and can expect it to run on any other Java-enabled system without any adjustment. This is all possible because of JVM.Furthermore, how compile once and run anywhere is implemented in Java discuss? The Java Compiler compiles a java program (. The JVM (Java virtual machine) is platform dependent i.e its implementation differs from platform to platform (like windows, linux atc.), but these all JVMs can execute the same java bytecode . This is something which can be termed as ‘write once and run anywhere’ . Also question is, is Python write once run anywhere? Often Python modules are cross platform, so long as your platform is GNU/Linux and your compiler is GCC. After Java came along, “write once, run anywhere” became the norm to a large extent, and many programming languages that followed Java have that property, so it’s not a viable slogan anymore.Can Java run on any machine?A compiled Java program is not an executable program, it’s a data file. Therefore it’s not true you can run it on any machine. You can only run it on a machine where a machine specific Java runtime virtual machine has been installed. A data file is easy to make machine independent.