Visual J ++ is the implementation of Microsoft, interrupted for some years, by an IDE for Java programming language. Programs written in J ++, created for the Windows platform, can be run within the Microsoft Virtual Machine for Java (MSJVM), the proprietary version of Microsoft's Java interpreter.
Visual J++

The J ++ syntax respects the Java grammar conventions created by Sun Microsystems. Visual J ++ has been replaced by J #, which compiles Java / Java ++ code in the Common Intermediate Language (CIL) language of the .NET platform.


Sun Microsystems originally licensed Microsoft for this implementation of Java, but later initiated a lawsuit against Microsoft on the grounds of trademark infringement. Sun's license to use the trademark requires the compatibility of all licensed Java implementations. A number of observers noted that the incompatibility of the implementation from Microsoft was intentional, in order to slow the development of Java technology.

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