Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th May 2009 15:39 UTC
Java This article explains how to develop and implement trees in the Standard Widget Toolkit. Learn how an SWT tree is created and populated with data, how columns can be used to categorize data, how a tree can be extended to support row sorting, and how the tree's content can be searched.
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RE[4]: Article in time,
by boulabiar on Thu 14th May 2009 21:01 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Article in time,"
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What's the relation between Win95 and C++ ???

Robust app means app that are written after prototyping phase

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RE[5]: Article in time,
by Bill Shooter of Bul on Thu 14th May 2009 22:16 in reply to "RE[4]: Article in time,"
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No, thats not what "robust" means.

My point is that in the same way you would not want your heart and lung machine to run an operating system known for its crashes and instability. You would not want to write anything you needed to be robust written in c++.

The robust requirement is a large reason why enterprises switched from cobol to java and never considered c++.

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RE[6]: Article in time,
by adkilla on Fri 15th May 2009 09:48 in reply to "RE[5]: Article in time,"
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FYI, there are still many enterprises using COBOL though the mainstream development has moved on to other languages.

Also, critical embedded applications are mostly written in C, not Java or any VM language for that matter.


Edited 2009-05-15 09:56 UTC

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RE[5]: Article in time,
by Savior on Fri 15th May 2009 00:48 in reply to "RE[4]: Article in time,"
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Since when? "Robust" means something that does not break easily. Not one of C's or C++'s strength. When talking about robust, languages like Erlang come into mind...

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