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John Lee
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Hi:
I was wondering if there is any difference between Distr. Java and J2EE, J2SE,...in term of grammer? I think they just have different API?
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Anyone out there? :roll:
 
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I'm not sure what you mean - the core APIs used in distributed applications are part of the standard edition. java.net, java.io, java.rmi (multiple sub packages), javax.rmi, etc. With SDK 1.4 the XML packages are part of the standard library. Even Java 1.02 could do simple distributed applications.
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John Lee
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Thanks for your help, William!
It will be nicer if hear this from moderator!
 
Kyle Brown
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Why would you prefer to hear it from a bartender? Bill is as qualified (if not more so) than any of us poor schmucks.
BTW, Bill's right.
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Thanks for your reply. I agree Bill is very qualified. I only mean it is normal to see moderator more often. Once again, I think people are doing excellent job here. Thanks a lot!
Don

Originally posted by Kyle Brown:
Why would you prefer to hear it from a bartender? Bill is as qualified (if not more so) than any of us poor schmucks.
BTW, Bill's right.
Kyle
 
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