From: Joseph S. Barrera III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 13 2000 - 07:11:20 PDT
Java for Linux is a great thing.
But I think the point is, if you want a book
on Java, do you look for the best Java book
you can find, or do you look for Java on <your platform>?
I mean, how different is Java for Linux from Java for NT?
The whole point is that it's supposed to be the same.
Unless you start getting fancy with JNI...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ciamac Cyrus Moallemi [mailto:email@example.com]
> Things have changed tremendously over the past 6 months. Both
> Sun and IBM
> have state of the art JVM offerings on Linux. IBM's JDK 1.3
> beta on linux
> is faster for pure number crunching than any other JVM on
> Intel hardware
> independent of OS. For the work I do (scientific computing),
> Java under
> Linux is as fast as or faster than unoptimized C/C++, making
> it a very
> viable platform.
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