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Visual J++

A Windows-based Java development system from Microsoft. It is used to create Java applications that can run on any platform or to create Windows-specific applications that call ActiveX components or Windows directly. Visual J++ also includes a Java compiler. The upgrade path for Visual J++ is J# for .NET. See J#.
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Microsoft sacaba al mercado las versiones 6 de Visual FoxPro, Visual C++ y Visual J++ como parte de una plataforma de desarrollo para computo distribuido.
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Practicamente desde la aparicion de Java, Microsoft ha querido ser su competencia, para ello inicialmente firmo algunos convenios con Sun, para trabajar con Java igual que lo estaban haciendo IBM y Oracle, pero en realidad trato de crear su version propia de Java, denominada J++, la cual no era completamente compatible con la version estandar.
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Visual J# can also upgrade projects from Visual J++ 6.
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The two-year competitive grants include the latest technology tools used in the workplace, such as the Visual Basic, Visual C++ and Visual J++ development systems, Office 2000 Developer Edition and the Visual InterDev Web development system, as well as the Windows 98 or 2000 operating systems, if needed.
0 Ease Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level 12 12 Author Stoker & Plew Lewis & Loftus An Introduction to Java Programming: Java Softtware Developing Applets Solutions: Using Microsoft Foundations of Title Visual J++ Program Design Publisher Technology Addison-Wesley ISBN 0-7600-5043-0 0-201-57164-1 Publication 1998 1998 Printing 1 4 1st application 299 34 First applet 31 65 Swing?
In addition to being a powerful solution for developing standalone applications, the game driver fully integrates access to multimedia hardware acceleration with the major browsers via popular scripting languages including Java, JavaScript, J++, and VisualBasic.
RightDoc provides for the dynamic creation of XML documents in Enterprise or Web server based Visual Basic, C++, J++, Delphi, Excel, Access applications, etc.
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