... When targeting more than one platform with
cross-platform development it is also
important to consider the impact of the tool
on the user experience. Performance is
another important criteria, as research on
Mobile Applications indicates a strong
correlation between application performance
and user ...
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... model-driven programming
compability with AWT
client server computing
... • Distributed machines process work by exactly the
same means as client server model.
• Many distributed nodes may be working on behalf
of one requesting client.
• It is the responsibility of the client to manage
information requests and the receipt of results.
• Managing the load at a central serv ...
Interface Builders, Sketching Tools
... Dynamic changing layers (groups) of widgets (visibility) depending on values
and other widgets
Any dynamically created graphical objects.
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C#: Kames Moore, Otamere Osar
... Contrary to popular belief, C# is
not simply a clone of or
replacement for Java
According to Anders Hejlsberg,
Microsoft’s Chief Architect, C# is a
derivation of C++, C, Java, Modula
2, and Smalltalk
C# Presentation, Spring 2003
InfoWorld Home > Application Development > Languages and Standards > 7...
... Biodiagnostics  is searching for the best treatment for burns.
There are also a number of open source alternatives, including Octave, Scilab, Sage, and PySci,
one of the aforementioned Python libraries . All of these tools help with the complicated
statistical analysis that is now becoming c ...
Evaluation of C# Language
... construct is present in many mainstream languages, and works similarly in C#. The Boolean
condition is specified in parenthesis, and the body of the construct is contained within curly
braces. Curly braces are optional when the body has only one statement to execute. The if
statement can be standalo ...
... Within processor groups, each
assembler has its own dialect.
Sometimes, some assemblers can read
another assembler's dialect, for
example, TASM can read old MASM
code, but not the reverse. FASM and
Netwide Assembler|NASM have similar
syntax, but each support different
macros that could make them dif ...
... that these interfaces can be used by others. The component model
must also provide a registration process for a component to make itself
and its interfaces known.
• The component, along with its supported interfaces, can then be
discovered at run-time. Dynamic (or late) binding allows components
... *Q9. What's the difference between constructors and other methods?
A. Constructors must have the same name as the class and can not return a value. They are
only called once while regular methods could be called many times.
*Q10. Can you call one constructor from another if a class has multiple
COS 326 Functional programming: an elegant weapon for the...
... Robert Harper (CMU): The lambda directly and immediately relevant to this day,
rather than something that collects dust on the shelf. No one cares one bit about
the details of a Turing Machine; for it fails to address the central issue of
Java Programming 2 – Lecture #14 –
Java Programming 2 – Lecture #16 –
Component Object Model
Component Object Model (COM) is a binary-interface standard for software components introduced by Microsoft in 1993. It is used to enable inter-process communication and dynamic object creation in a large range of programming languages. COM is the basis for several other Microsoft technologies and frameworks, including OLE, OLE Automation, ActiveX, COM+, DCOM, the Windows shell, DirectX, UMDF and Windows Runtime.