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The Netrexx Language by M. F. Cowlishaw

The Netrexx Language

by M. F. Cowlishaw

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80633-1 NetRexx is a new human-oriented programming language, designed as an effective and simple alternative to the Javatm language. With NetRexx, you can create programs and applets for the Java environment faster and more easily than by programming in Java. Using and writing Java classes is especially easy in NetRexx, as the different types of numbers and strings that Java expects are handled automatically by the language. Inspired by two very different programming languages, Rexx and Java, NetRexx blends the easy-to-learn syntax of Rexx with the robustness and portability of the Java environment. The result is a language which is tuned for both scripting and application development, and is therefore truly general-purpose.

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