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Old 06-07-2010, 01:14 AM   #11 (permalink)
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You must be a Java beginner and not know much about Java
or Python for that matter.

For a start, there's a Python interpretor for Java. It's called
Jython. It allows you to run python code in Java.

If you think Python is less cross-platform.. then how could
that be? it can run in any platform that java will support so
there goes your argument.

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that post does not compute.
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Wink look up jython

I suggest that you go look up jython on the internet and learn what it does.
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I suggest that you go look up jython on the internet and learn what it does.
Are you serious?

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...Jython might be a reasonable compromise, but still needs some java bits to take care of business.
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Question serious about open source measurement yes.. discussing java no

Was there a particular measurement issue you wanted to discuss?

I'm not anti-java, of course I would like a program that I could
run on my nokia cellphone to access my engine vitals.

What it is that I'm having trouble understanding is how any
of what you are talking about applies to ecomodding..
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I would be happy to explain everything, but you have too much to learn.

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