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Dear, As far as I know that Unix system is not supporting the both DLL and Active X control concepts are not work in UNIX system. Is there any programming language can be running on Unix System such as Java SDK? Thanks and regards, Winwin...

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    Dear,
    As far as I know that Unix system is not supporting the both DLL and
    Active X control concepts are not work in UNIX system. Is there any
    programming language can be running on Unix System such as Java SDK?
    Thanks and regards,
    Winwin
    winwin Guest

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    In article <a5868dc0.0404200745.6affd610posting.google.com >, winwin wrote:
    > Is there any
    > programming language can be running on Unix System such as Java SDK?
    This is pretty odd question because all running operating systems need
    compilers to make binaries.

    Most systems come equipped with some kind of developing tools. If
    not then gcc (Gnu compiler collection) can be installed on most platform.
    gcc supports c, c++, ada, objective-c and java. Java is available on most
    platforms too. See [url]http://java.sun.com[/url] for more details.

    Compilers for fortran, pascal, eiffel, lisp, prolog, perl, python, tcl/tk
    and others are also available - many of them free of charge.


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    Mikael Holm Guest

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    winwin wrote:
    > Dear,
    > As far as I know that Unix system is not supporting the both DLL and
    > Active X control concepts are not work in UNIX system.
    The concepts are supported on Unix, just not those particular
    proprietary implementations of the concepts (AFAIK). Unix systems in
    general support both dynamically linked libraries and statically linked
    libraries. Complex widget sets are available for inclusion in
    applications. IDEs exist that allow drag & drop of widgets onto
    application forms.

    On some Unix or Unix-like systems I believe you can run Win32 DLLs and
    Applications that use Win32 ActiveX controls by using Windows
    emulators/translators such as WINE on Linux.

    Then there's vmware.
    > Is there any
    > programming language can be running on Unix System
    There are many.
    > such as Java SDK?
    In general yes, but you'll need to specify which Unix system you are
    talking about. I suspect Java may not be readily available for some very
    old or very specialist versions of Unix and Unix-like operating systems.
    > Thanks and regards,
    > Winwin
    Ian Wilson Guest

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    On 20 Apr 2004 08:45:09 -0700, winwin <gf88gf.hk> wrote:
    > Dear,
    > As far as I know that Unix system is not supporting the both DLL and
    > Active X control concepts are not work in UNIX system.
    These are both Windows Security Problems (I mean, "features").
    > Is there any
    > programming language can be running on Unix System such as Java SDK?
    Java was invented by Sun, yes. What are you trying to do?

    Dave Hinz Guest

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    winwin <gf88gf.hk> wrote:
    > Dear,
    > As far as I know that Unix system is not supporting the both DLL and
    > Active X control concepts are not work in UNIX system. Is there any
    > programming language can be running on Unix System such as Java SDK?
    > Thanks and regards,
    > Winwin
    Shared libraries has been around in un*x since at least 1988. Gates came
    to cl it dll.

    The automated trojan installation tool called active-x is not implemented due
    to security reasons. Noone in the un*x workd is stupid enough ( yet )

    Java works all right in un*x

    --
    Peter Håkanson
    IPSec Sverige ( At Gothenburg Riverside )
    Sorry about my e-mail address, but i'm trying to keep spam out,
    remove "icke-reklam" if you feel for mailing me. Thanx.
    phn@icke-reklam.ipsec.nu Guest

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    Hello,

    Could anyone answer the following questions?

    1. What methods can you use to capture/recover from errors in your
    scripts?
    2. How will you get the shell to output each line before execution in
    order to help debugging?

    Many thanks in advance!

    Regards
    Herbert

    Herbert Guest

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    In article <googlegroups.com>,
    Herbert <com> wrote: 

    1. Check the exit status of commands you run.

    2. Use the -x flag to the shell


    Ted
    ted@loft.tnolan.com Guest

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    On 8 Sep 2005 13:52:51 -0700, Herbert wrote: 

    I test status return code and call a function with error and message.
    Function would email a message with repair procedure.
     

    depends on the shell, sh, ksh, csh,....

    I use
    set -vx
    to start watching code run and
    set - to stop showing what is going on.

    echo statement to display variable contents if desired.
    Bit Guest

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    "Herbert" <com> wrote in message
    news:googlegroups.com... 

    1. Try "trap"

    2. sh -x

    BR Johan W


    Johan Guest

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