Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 5th Nov 2005 05:47 UTC, submitted by Andrew Bragdon
Talk, Rumors, X Versus Y In this article .NET 2.0 won 2 out of the 3 major tests clearly besting Java 1.5 in both execution speed and real-world memory efficiency. Java did, however, manage to hold its own in the native types memory comparison by a pretty wide margin. This indicates that on the whole .NET is a more efficient platform, with perhaps at least one area for improvement native type memory efficiency.
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RE[2]: we've gone dynamic
by voidlogic on Sun 6th Nov 2005 00:59 UTC in reply to "RE: we've gone dynamic "
voidlogic
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2005-09-03

Java != Javascript and Javascript != Java have the same boolean value.
ie.
1 != 2 = T
2 != 1 = T

I stopped reading your post there

Kudos for being redundant

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RE[3]: we've gone dynamic
by Celerate on Sun 6th Nov 2005 21:05 in reply to "RE[2]: we've gone dynamic "
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2005-06-29

In an object oriented language if an object inherits from another than the one that inherits can be used in place of it's parent class; however, depending on the language the opposite isn't always true.

ex:
obj1 base class
obj2 extends obj1 // inheritence
void foo(obj1) can take obj2 instead, but
void bar(obj2) cannot always take obj1.

Therefore one can be the other but the opposite cannot always be true.

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RE[4]: we've gone dynamic
by on Sun 6th Nov 2005 23:38 in reply to "RE[3]: we've gone dynamic "
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Oh, I agree with you, I am talking about in the since of boolean algebra though. With the operands being T/F values.

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