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javax.comm in vj++6.0

Chrono Wren
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Joined: Jul 01, 2002
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Hi all
I succeeded in compiling the samples in jdk1.3 but failed in vj++6.0. How to do it ??
I need Vj++3.0 to improve speed .Who can help me??
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Chrono Wren
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Ok but who can help me?
Rob Ross
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Well, I'm not that familiar with current versions of J++. You do realize, don't you, that the MS version of Java is stuck in a time warp with the 1.1.4 version of the JDK, and will not be updated, for a variety of reasons.
So any work you do with J++ is not going to be "mainstream" Java, and certainly won't work with JDK 1.3. I'd suggest you look at a more Java-friendly IDE; there are dozens to choose from, and many have free versions available.
Chrono Wren
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I know but I need a fast speed to execute the software so I must choose vj++ could you try it and help me ??
BTW: I Think jdk1.1 is good enough to do my job .
Rob Ross
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What are you trying to execute, a java application, or your IDE? What are you finding too "slow?"
The modern JVMs are optimized and use Just-in-time compilers (JIT) that make many operations rival the speed of compiled C++ code.
If you want a fast IDE, I've found JBuilder to be pretty good. If you just want to write fast java code, I'd suggest you get a book on Java performance.
Performance in a java app doesn't have to be an "issue" anymore.
Chrono Wren
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Joined: Jul 01, 2002
Posts: 12
Thank you
I have downloaded the jbuilder5.
But how to add javax.comm???
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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