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they are both conducive to web development. Java is a full-blown
designed solely for web pages.
On Tue, 25 Mar 1997, Andy Carroll wrote:
> Please correct me if I am wrong, but I thought there was a difference
> everybody-has-to-know-it, web-page-and-everything-else programming
> renamed itself to jump on the Java bandwagon.
> Yes? No? I'm sure I read about this confusion before.
> Andy Carroll acarroll -at- web -dot- net Vancouver, Canada
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