Does Java remain free?

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Re: Does Java remain free?

Postby gnuuser » 19 Oct 2019, 18:46

are they being assimilated by the borg collective( Micro-sith)? :berserk2
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Re: Does Java remain free?

Postby dedanna1029 » 23 Feb 2020, 20:22

This thread specifically advertises links to a specific school. Reporting as spam.

People, before you reply to these, check the links in the post, including any in the signature.
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Re: Does Java remain free?

Postby Blackcrack » 24 Feb 2020, 09:25

so, why not take the theme to speak about :coffee_cup: :tux5:

every more peoples scriting in Java, ever more pages have Javascript inside and need it also as connectivity to Java,
i have see also the changing in the Factory arrangements by updating Java in WinNT..
All what is more usable and the peoples goes not stickt the Opensource way.. like Oracle or other Factorys of Commerce
become in short or long a $ price on the Product to making money..
so, Java is in highest Use in this world.. so.. no wonder..
For Private , guess i'm , stay it ever as share-ware and remain free, but for small or huge Factory's must be pay for ..

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