Embedded Java: An uncertain future

Webb, Warren
May 1999
EDN;05/13/99, Vol. 44 Issue 10, p89
Trade Publication
Focuses on the pros and cons of incorporating Java in embedded systems. Absence of built-in real-time provisions; Ability to run on any computer; Simplified language architecture; Elimination of pointer support. INSET: Pass the chips, please..


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