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Re: [SLE] loadlin / loadwin?
- From: scsijon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (scsijon)
- Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2000 22:54:43 +1100
- Message-id: <200002041240.XAA02776@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
yup, I gave up using C++ when VA1 came out, much more friendly and VA2 is
even better ( they even took some notice of what we the users wanted
changed). Version 3 is in the wings though. The other package I use is CA's
Jasmine, it's nice to be able to dimension to 16 levels and create a field
to do whatever you like and any format, including pictures, etc. and just
put a browser pointer and your off and running.
Anyway, back to VA
it can also be used to teach Programming properly using Object Oriented
find a copy of C. Thomas Wu's book An Introduction to Object Oriented
Programming with Java
it's designed for classwork for a sem'r and has a web page with teaching
aids etc at
It's not vaJ specific, but I haven't had a problem so far, once I got my
copy of VA2 and did the intro lessons (to work out the differences from
get back to me if you have problems, can't promise anything as i am finding
a lot of gaps and proceedural changes converting to pure OOP, but once I
download the Linux version, the first thing i'm going to try is some of my
multi-os packs and see how it handles them.
ps it also doesn't need all those dll's to be sent with a package, it has a
builder>install function. You end up with one autoexpanding file, maybe
with three files in it if your program is complicated enough.
> From: Derek Fountain <fountai@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: SuSE English <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [SLE] loadlin / loadwin?
> Date: Wednesday, 2 February 2000 2:53
> > Right now I'm being forced to use that bloated buggy monster MS Visuall
> > am switching between Windows and Linux (on the same machine) a lot.
> > Loadlin makes it relatively easy to boot Linux when in Windows. Is
> > anything out there for going the other way?
> I suspect not. There's not much call for getting out of Linux and into
> Actually, if you've got the horse power, VMWare will make life a lot
> easier for you.
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