Could Python supplant Java?

ET etodd at msn.com
Thu Aug 22 15:49:14 CEST 2002


"Tim Tyler" <tim at tt1.org> wrote in message news:H18sHM.FIA at bath.ac.uk...
> In comp.lang.java.advocacy goose <spammenotguse at hobbiton.org> wrote:
> : ET wrote:
> :> "goose" <spammenotguse at hobbiton.org> wrote in message
> :>>Dan Johnson wrote:
>
> :>>>Serious question:
> :>>>
> :>>>What is so developer-hostile about Windows?
> :>>
> :>>Serious Answer(tm):
> :>>1. No development tools come installed with it. Without
> :>>even a single compiler, how does a "developer" develop ?
> :>>The result is usually to download/purchase a development
> :>>tool.
> :>
> :> Actually, there are developer tools that come with Windows.
>
> : name one that comes with windows.
>
> Notepad ;-p

WordPad, copy from console to a file,  edit, sysedit, ...

Batch cmd files, WSH - CScript, WScript (VB, Java, CShell), Java ...

For a start.

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