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- From: Tim Bray <email@example.com>
- To: xml-dev Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 18 Dec 1997 07:28:50 -0800
At 04:15 AM 15/09/97 -0400, Tyler Baker wrote:
>I am not sure if this is at all relevant to this discussion, but I got some info
>via email from the JDC newsletter that gives an interesting tip on how to
>efficiently build tree structures without sucking up too much RAM.
Lark does this now; amazing how Java, which "doesn't have pointers because
they're error-prone", does have something that smells just like (void *)...
in fact, one of the problems that bedevilled programmers for a generation
is that lots of useful C programs were written on VAXes, where a pointer
to everything was always the same size, then that wasn't true any more
on 16-bit DOS boxes; looks like from that point of view, Java is back
to the good old days of the VAX. -T.
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