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Re: [DotGNU]What .NET is this?

From: Jens Müller
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]What .NET is this?
Date: 04 Nov 2001 01:58:19 +0100
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Bill Lance <address@hidden> writes:

> > In Microsoft's stuff perhaps.  Underlying it all is
> > a
> > solid engine and language that can be used to solve
> > a large number of interesting problems, including
> > traditional user interface tasks.  Middleware just
> > happens to be the buzzword of the hour.
> >
> How do you envision that engine and language?  Is it a
> variant of the 'one platform, multi-language' approach
> of .NET, or the 'multi-platform, one language'
> appraoch of java?  Perhaps the ideal solution is a
> 'multi-platform, multi-language' approach.

And of course, it should be multi-paradigm. When language
interoperabilty means that you have to program in every language as
you do in C, then it is not a good thing.

And when the interfaces are laid out to one programming paradigm, you
essentially have to program like that in every language.

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