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Re: Still Javascript

Kelly Starks x7066 MS 10-39 wrote:
> At 5:25 PM 7/18/96, Rex & Timothy wrote:
> >The next hot thing could only be a better scripting language, I doubt if it
> >would be worth the effort (Java still has some expansion possibilities).
> People used to say the same thing about DOS, and P.C.s are much more mature
> then the web.  At this point nothings so basic about the web that we can be
> sure about it.
> Kelly

Hmm, I wonder.  First of all, all DOS programs still work on any PC.  Second, 
Windows 95 (the latest operating system from microsoft) still has a DOS base 
it's hidden and concealed, but it's there just the same.  I suppose the same 
thing will happen to Java, it will be old and worn out, but it will still be 
compatable with Netscape 5.0

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