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Event Handling in 1.2 1.2 and 1.02

 
Greenhorn
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What is the difference in Event handling in Java 1.2 and 1.1 and 1.02 ?
 
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There's is no difference between Event Handling in Java 1.1 and Java 2.
There is a world of difference between those and Java 1.0.2
The details of those differences are outside of the scope of this Forum. They are interesting, if you ask me. If you want to be a top-notch Java programmer it helps to know the complete history of the language, from 1995 to today... (IMO).
Then again, I am a purist
 
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FYI there's a good account of it in Marty Hall's Core Web Programming, which is still on the shelves even though it's pretty outdated now. And for good reason, I learned a lot about Java from it.
Eric
 
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