On 2 October 2010 11:05, Per Jessen <p...@computer.org> wrote:
> Peter Lind wrote:
>> On 1 October 2010 20:21, Per Jessen <p...@computer.org> wrote:
>>> Peter Lind wrote:
>>>> C# has by now exceeded Java by quite a bit -
>>> I've been away from the Java "scene" since 2002 (when I worked for
>>> BEA deploying J2EE on Linux/390), but assuming you're talking
>>> about "deployed lines of code" or some other real-life measurement, I
>>> find it hard to believe that C# should have exceeded Java.
>> Language functionality. I'd much rather use C# than Java as I can do
>> more in C# and easier than with Java. For instance, C# 4 has " support
>> for late binding to dynamic types". Does Java have an equivalent? Is
>> it planned?
> I don't know, but Java obviously supports late binding.

I was looking more for dynamic types, much more of interest to the
average PHP dev as that's one of the typical stumbling blocks when
switching languages. And no, far as I can tell Java doesn't offer


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