Asymetrix will launch its Java and C++ application development environment, Supercede Java Edition, on Monday.
Supercede was originally developed as a C++ development tool, but now enables programmers to develop Java applets using C++ syntax and vice versa, and modify code on the fly.
The product costs $149, but will initially go for $109. It is also available as an element of Netscape?s Internet foundation classes. Asymetrix was set up by Microsoft?s co-founder, Paul Allen.
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Allen died from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma