ECMA


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ECMA

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ECMA

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A subset of ALGOL. [Sammet 1969, p.180].

ECMA

(European Computer Manufacturers Association, Geneva, Switzerland, www.ecma-international.org) An international association founded in 1961 that is dedicated to establishing standards in the information and communications fields. ECMA is a liaison organization to ISO and is involved in JTC1 activities.
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Current and prospective visitors to the site will find up to date information within our five key areas of communication: About ECMA, Publications, Industry Topics, Events & Promotion and News.
But until the standard is approved by ECMA it cannot be considered open, and this is not set to happen for 18 months.
A set of C++ managed extensions for garbage collection, events, properties and XML are being submitted to ECMA for inclusion in the CLI standard.
The blessing of the International Standards Organization (ISO) or its European counterpart ECMA is a serious selling point in reassuring end users that they are not trapped in a vendor lock-in situation.
The winners were announced during the ECMA Congress in Dubrovnik last September.
In 2006, OSTA and ECMA agreed to work together to fast track the test methodology, initially approved as ECMA-397, through the ISO process.
The Japanese, French and US national bodies represented in JSG have asked ECMA for some sort of liaison relationship with TC41, a committee ECMA has formed to handle Java standardization.
IN JUNE 2012, PRECEDING ITS FOLDING CARTON LEADERSHIP SUMMIT, ECMA +312 3911 held its Annual General Meeting.
According to the Java Study Group of ISO's SC22 language committee, ECMA is not expected to take any action at its December 1999 meeting and maybe not even at its June 2000 General Assembly meeting.
ECMA (European Carton Makers Association) launched a comprehensive Good Manufacturing Practice guide for cartons packaging food, at their Congress in Barcelona in September.
Microsoft says that so far ECMA secretary general Jan van der Beld and members of the general assembly "have gone out of their way to assure us that the ECMA technical committee will operate like every other technical committee - that it will be open, that it will do true work to make Java better, and that no one company will have any undue influence on its process.
The association is now proud to announce its finalisation of a comprehensive Good Manufacturing Practices guide (GMP) for the carton making sector, which will be officially introduced at the ECMA congress in Barcelona from 14 - 17 September.