In a message dated 4/21/2004 10:51:39 AM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] 

> And the .NET jvm is free of charge, so no more dollars to microsoft. And 
> it is installed with every windows update, so every windows user has 
> already a "good environment" for .NET. More easy for us 
> than installing 
> java vm.

Hold on now.  The .NET jvm is installed with every windows update ?
So every windows user already has ... ?
Whenever I go to it keeps asking me if I want to install .NET 
and saying " should only need this if you have an application that needs it..."

And realizing that it takes up like 20 hundred thousand billion bytes, I choose to not 
install it.  So doesn't this mean I *don't* have a .NET jvm installed?  Or is .NET and 
.NET jvm different ?
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