|Immutable Array in Java email@example.com (Charles-felix CHABERT) (2002-06-07)|
|From:||"Charles-felix CHABERT" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||7 Jun 2002 23:41:03 -0400|
|Organization:||University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis|
|Keywords:||Java, question, comment|
|Posted-Date:||07 Jun 2002 23:41:03 EDT|
We are four french students, we are working to introduce "Immutable
Classes" in Java, we have a little aproach to formilize these classes,
with some restrictions. Our main difficulty is that we need some
"Immutable Array of primitive type", but we think that this is
impossible without changing the JVM ( we must keep the standard JVM,
we just have to work on the KJC compiler). Our main objective is to
write a specification for these "immutable classes", but without
"Immutable Array" they loose a lot of interest.
If someone have an idea, we will enjoy sharing information with him.
Charles-Félix, Christian, Philippe & Yannis
ps: please excuse our english.
[Votre anglais n'est pas mal. -John]
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