Visual J

Visual J++ is a discontinued Java IDE from Microsoft. It was first released as part of the Visual Studio 97 Enterprise Edition and later bundled with the Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise Edition. The last version, 6.0, shipped with Visual Studio .NET 2002.

Visual J++ allowed Visual Basic and C++ developers to use Visual Studio to create Java applications and applets. Visual J++ also included features not found in other Java IDEs at the time, such as IntelliSense, which displayed information about the classes and methods being used as the developer typed code.

Microsoft discontinued Visual J++ in 2002, after Sun Microsystems sued Microsoft for violating its Java licensing terms.

What is Visual Java?

Visual Java is a visual programming language designed for creating graphical user interface (GUI) applications. It is based on the Java programming language and uses the Java Swing toolkit for its GUI components. Visual Java applications are typically created by dragging and dropping visual components from a palette onto a design canvas. Is J ++ a programming language? No, J ++ is not a programming language. It is an extension to the Java programming language that was developed by Sun Microsystems.

What is Microsoft Visual J# 2.

0 redistributable package? Microsoft Visual J# 2.0 redistributable package is a set of tools and libraries that allow developers to create applications and services that run on the .NET Framework. The package includes the Visual J# 2.0 compiler, the Visual J# 2.0 Runtime, and the Visual J# 2.0 Class Libraries. Is J# is a . NET compatible language? J# is a .NET compatible language, meaning that it can run programs written in any .NET language. Additionally, J# can access the .NET Framework class library, and programs written in J# can be used from any other .NET language. How many programming languages are there? There are over 700 programming languages, according to the TIOBE index.