The Java compiler translates Java source code to Java byte code.
Source code comes from the programmer...
The Java compiler translates Java source code into Java bytecode.
'.java' files contain java source code. One can access these files on windows by using 'notepad'.
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It is created by the Java compiler, based on the source code (the .java file).
The source code is just the set of statements written in (any included) java language by a programer (in this case our source code is a text file with .java extension). And in other hand a bytecode is the resulting code of compile a .java file, It is not machine code, but it can be interpreted and executed by the jvm.
A compiler converts high-level source code into native machine. In the case of Java, source code is compiled to Java byte code suitable for interpretation by the Java virtual machine which produces the machine code.
If someone talks about "Java code," then they're are most likely referring to the source code of a Java program.