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    Maybe I haven't been keeping up with the times but I've just read an article about C#. An alternative cross platform/OS language that they (MS) is claiming is more ECMA standards compliant than Java. Here's the article: http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/j...iw-csharp.html

    Just wondering what others are thinking. Substance or MS marketing?

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    Um... ECMA Script is a JavaScript standard, not Java. The two are completely different things.

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    Correct, but ECMA Script isn't what I'm talking about.
    ECMA is a standards body from which Sun withdrew JAVA from consideration because the ECMA would assert control over the future development of JAVA. In contrast the ECMA will control the development of C#. Has anybody played with this C# sharp yet?

    Robman

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