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What's So Good About Jython?

What do you get when you mix Java with Python? You get Jython, and in this article Simon explains exactly what it is...

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By: Simon White
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July 11, 2003
  1. · What's So Good About Jython?
  2. · What is Python?
  3. · Jython Reuse From Java
  4. · Conclusion

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What's So Good About Jython? - Conclusion
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Jython is a technology that marries two disparate technologies, Java and Python, seamlessly and to great effect. Unfortunately, I believe it has largely been overlooked by developers. Jython has much to offer, particularly to the Java developer community, and offers the potential to speed up conventional Java development.



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