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Java – a complete programming environment


Ian Darwin Issue #61, May 1999 Mr. Darwin takes a look at Java and describes the steps for writing a user interface in Java. If you looked at the earliest versions of Java and concluded that its GUI development toolkit wasn’t quite ready for prime time, it’s time to look again. The Java Foundation Classes (JFC) introduced with Java Version ...

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Java and Postgres95

Bill Binko Issue #31, November 1996 First in a series of articles detailing the creation of a Java interface to Postgres95. Java’s native methods are functions written in C (or another compiled language) and dynamically loaded by the Java interpreter at run time. They provide the means to access libraries that have not been ported to Java, and also allow ...

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The Java Developer’s Kit

Arman Danesh Issue #31, November 1996 Are you an absolute beginner? Here’s a brief introduction to using the JDK. Java has taken the Internet and programming communities by storm during the past year with its promise to enable the creation of software that can run on any platform from a single binary file and be used securely in a distributed ...

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