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   RE: [very personal analysis] .com, .net and .org

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  • From: "Ashvil" <ashvil@i3connect.net>
  • To: <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2000 09:42:55 -0700

> Why do people keep comparing C# to Java?  It only replaces
> Java in one
> very limited context, and that is as a COM binder.  Since

It looks like it was designed for COM+ integration and XML,SOAP
integration thru COM.

>   C# is not a server plugin technology.  Modern servers
> require threading
> that C# does not provide.

COM+ provides the platform for threading. If you follow the Microsoft
Bible, you would create a COM+ component, where it would take these
details for you. What's missing in the released documentation is the
Common Language Runtime stuff that Microsoft keeps hinting.

I am not sure what advantages it has over Visual Basic 7 except the C
style syntax which may be more clean. It makes more sense to compare
it with VB7 but I do agree with Eric, from a political sense it puts
more pressure on Sun to loosen control on Java.


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