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J2SE

Sometimes I want a express that a static field is unlikely to change, so the VM should consider it has a constant, but it may changed. And because we all live in a threaded world, if the static field is changed I want that all threads that want to read the field value to notice that the value has changed like a volatile field. Take by example the default Locale that you can obtain using...
on Dec 17, 2011

Programming

Christmas holidays is one of my favourite moment in the year, I have time to see my relatives, read books, play with my kids and hack a little bit. Forewords I think I don't like the most in the strawman proposal is that the syntax for function type and for lambda literal reuse the same symbol '#'. It's something that I've observed when teaching C. The C syntax use * when you...
on Dec 27, 2009
Java VM embodies continuations now (not in production, in a hacking mode :), This post shows how to write a non-blocking server with continuations. Why using continuation with non blocking IO There are two models when you deals with IO: the thread model: read and write calls block until they at least read one caracter or write the whole buffer, so one use thread to be able to...
on Nov 22, 2009
Let me introduce a new language named pseudo (Why this name ? Why another language ? Why God ? all these questions will be answered in a later blog). One great feature of this language is that it allows gradual typing, i.e. you can assign a type to a parameter, a local variable, etc. or not. If a variable as no type, the compiler consider it as any. You can assign any value...
on Nov 1, 2009