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Re: netscape 2.0

On Mon, 16 Oct 1995, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:

> You sure did cheat.  Not very well, either!  Lookie, lookie:
>     Nori> Return-Path: <>
>     Nori> Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 09:17:53 +0900
>     Nori> From: "Andrew N. Nishigaya" <>
>     Nori> X-Mailer: Mozilla 2.0b1J (Windows; I; 32bit)
>           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> I caught that right away....  Wake up and smell the HotJava, Craig :-)

Wasn't really hiding it -- it was more like I forgot I was on NT, but the
work Windows should catch your attention.  BTW, not many of us read our
mail with the full headers turned on :-)

> Anybody out there writing Java pages?  How hard is it?  (I haven't
> even seen it in action---I'm just assuming you have to do something
> with it.)

Yes, Cyber is working on a lot of Java and Java-related stuff.  It is 
basically C++ with tighter typechecking and easier memory management 
(like none required :-).  There is also an impressive class lib of 
objects that make animation, sound, and net interfaces quite easy.  Since 
it is basically c++, porting from c++ to java should be fairly easy.  So 
breakout that dusty c++ code and try porting to Java!

-- nori

     Andrew N. Nishigaya     |    Cyber Technologies International K.K.
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