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Java - Weder 'kalter Kaffee' noch heißer Problemlöser (Java: Neither "cold coffee" nor hot problem solver)

Zander, S. (1998) Java - Weder 'kalter Kaffee' noch heißer Problemlöser (Java: Neither "cold coffee" nor hot problem solver). FKT (3).

Abstract

No longer just in the computer field but also in the television studio technology you always hear from so simple even to write Java applications that started from control tasks to high-quality television graphics solutions everything is easy. In fact, the "Java" language is now almost as popular among programmers as the caffeine-containing brews described by the Americans with Java. We asked Sebastian Zander, TU-Berlin, what is it about Java and where are the real strengths (and weaknesses)? The following article is a brief general introduction to Java. It is not a programming course, but only features and possibilities of Java are presented in order to give the TV engineer, who does not normally have to "program", a corresponding idea.

Publication Type: Journal Article
Copyright: © 1998 FKTG Television and Kinotechnical Society
Publishers Website: https://www.fktg.org/node/3113
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/34963
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