On Thu, 14 Oct 2010 17:05:11 -0400, Orcan Ogetbil wrote
Or the do it in hardware - no kiddin', I've seen trading boxes done in
FPGA, not even an operating system, the TCP/IP stack was done in
hardware - pretty cool! But let's not forget that these systems
aren't typical - I'm pretty shure even within Credit Suisse et al. have
substantial pools of java code :-)
> >> Also Java code is slightly more portable
Argh, conflicting information: what point do you want to make? Is
java more portable or not?
C++: In a world of bought components recompilation is not happening.
Java & JNI: the places I've been so far all had very strict rules of
_not_ using JNI because of it's unportability.
BTW, what _many operations_ in Java are implemented in JNI? Are you maybe
mixing up Java (the language) and the Java virtual machine?
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