|Languages w/ win32 support email@example.com (1999-06-29)|
|Re: Languages w/ win32 support firstname.lastname@example.org (Zalman Stern) (1999-07-01)|
|Re: Languages w/ win32 support email@example.com (1999-07-01)|
|Re: Languages w/ win32 support firstname.lastname@example.org (Keith Breinholt) (1999-07-01)|
|Re: Languages w/ win32 support email@example.com (Peter Ross) (1999-07-01)|
|Re: Languages w/ win32 support firstname.lastname@example.org (Norman Ramsey) (1999-07-01)|
|Re: Languages w/ win32 support Friedrich.Dominicus@inka.de (Friedrich Dominicus) (1999-07-05)|
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|Date:||29 Jun 1999 03:03:23 -0400|
|Organization:||Prodigy Internet http://www.prodigy.com|
I have been looking high and low for a list of (and probably just
looking in the wrong places) programming languages that :
1. supports win32 platform
2. garbage collected
3. static type checking
4. dynamic module loading
5. exception handling mechanism
6. compiled files (like java .class or python .pyc)
7. open source/gnu/freeware
I think these describe what I am looking for.
It seems that most of what I find are scripting languages that are
dynamically typed like Perl, Ruby, Python and the like. It seems that
these fit all of the above except for #3. Correct?
Java comes to my mind. What else?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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