• Subject: Re: New names
  • From: "Leif Svalgaard" <leif@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 16:17:41 -0600

From: <jpcarr@TREDEGAR.COM>
> >Excel was first written for Mac, then ported to Windoze,
> >1-2-3 was first written for CP/M, then ported to IBM/PC
> Leif,   GOOOD POINT.
> Then (From another post)   Excel and 1-2-3  are LEGACY systems?

well, according to M$, today's java applications are legacy systems.
This is a quote from today's microsoft.com site (yes, they are up):

"JUMP to .NET gives customers a number of paths for migrating 
their Java language investments to the .NET platform"

"migrating ... investments to" is a phrase normally used 
with legacy applications.

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