Functionally they are equivalent .. usually the translation Java:NetRexx
is not 1:1 but 1:0.7 or thereabouts (NetRexx requires less code).
Java has some higher-level constructs than NetRexx (e.g., Inner
classes), but NetRexx has some that Java doesn't have (e.g., Adapter
classes, Indirect properties).
I'm still looking for a really useful/compelling example of Inner
classes that isn't covered by Adapter classes.
IBM Fellow, IBM UK Laboratories
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