I think a method called appropriate and useful in some situations, especially in transferring data across boundaries (e.g.

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As for jedit — it failed the LV test — after downloading the file, java generates an error message. The usual graphical toolkits for Java are AWT and Swing, though each has its deficiencies (notably colossal verbosity relative to Tk...) See for example Click me.

Swank is a Tk-like toolkit as an extension to JTcl Interpreter and Jacl.escargo I think there should be a distinction made between the Java language, the implementations of Java compilers, and the Java Virtual Machine.

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I continue to seek useful applications written in Java that work out of the box.

TP I'll add a few more that work out of the box: LV notes that Jacl isn't an application, and so doesn't qualify as an exception to the rule.

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There are native compilers that translate Java source code into native machine code that does not require the JVM (and isn't cross platform anymore, of course).