|Translation to Java email@example.com (Tomas Granath) (1997-09-23)|
|Re: Translation to Java firstname.lastname@example.org (Erik Schnetter) (1997-09-24)|
|Re: Translation to Java email@example.com (Jonathan G Campbell) (1997-09-24)|
|Re: Translation to Java firstname.lastname@example.org (Tomas Granath) (1997-09-27)|
|Translation to Java email@example.com (1997-09-27)|
|Re: Translation to Java firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-09-28)|
|From:||Tomas Granath <email@example.com>|
|Date:||23 Sep 1997 23:41:12 -0400|
I'm doing a MSc project about translation from other languages to
Java, and would like hear if someone has had a look at the problems
involved in this; e.g. expressiveness of Java vs other object
oriented languages an so on.
The resources handling this topic on the net, that I have found,
are the excellent white paper "Porting C++ to Java" at:
And the two compilers C2J and C2J++ at
Neither of theses compilers seem to handle the more complicated
problems in the paper as operator overloading and pointer
arithmetic. Anyone who knows of a compiler which does?
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