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JDK 5.0 made by MICROSOFT!!!

 
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actually i do not know if there is any truth in this. i was wondering what langauage is the jdk programmed in?

And also who wrote C++?

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C++ was written by Bjarne Stroustrup between 1983 and 1985. I have his book
'The C++ Programming Language' on my desk.
 
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Originally posted by ali gilani:
actually i do not know if there is any truth in this.



In what?

i was wondering what langauage is the jdk programmed in?



Depends on what you mean by "the jdk". Most of the java libraries are written in Java, obviously, with some hooks to the operating system written in C, as far as I know (methods that are declared as "native" in the Java source code).

The Sun Java compiler is written in Java itself (the first weren't, though). IBM's jikes is written in C/C++, as far as I know.

The JVM obviously can't be written in Java. I'd again bet on C/C++.
 
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In what?



My subject. whether or not jdk5.0 is made by microsoft.


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Microsoft did not make C++, they made a popular IDE for it called Visual Studio. The JDK has nothing to do with Microsoft. The JDK is made by Sun Microsystems.
[ February 20, 2005: Message edited by: Kashif Riaz ]
 
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Originally posted by ali gilani:

My subject. whether or not jdk5.0 is made by microsoft.



Where did you hear this?
 
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Actually i did not hear this anywhere, merely made it up to attract ppl to answer my query.

Thankyou all for the replies


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Originally posted by ali gilani:
Actually i did not hear this anywhere, merely made it up to attract ppl to answer my query.



That's not only rude , but also ineffective. You actually were lucky, because I nearly was repelled by the silly subject line and just looked into it and answered because I was bored at that time. On a normal day, I probably would have stopped bothering once I noticed the incoherence of your post.

http://faq.javaranch.com/view?UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine
 
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