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To anyone interested in the Java Virtual Machine: Expert or novice... 50 easy points!

I have recently completed a Java Virtual Machine Simulator as part of my third year project here at Durham University. As part of the evaluation, I have put together a short questionnaire that you can fill out on line, as well as running the simulator as a Java Applet.

I need many responses as quickly as possible, so PLEASE give it a go... You might even enjoy it!

The URL is   http://www.dur.ac.uk/~d41t0j/java/simsurvey.html

Cheers
David Finch.
P.S. If you want to claim the points, give your Experts Exchange name when you send me your response.
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by:professorC
ID: 1219997
Posting like this will spoil Experts Exchange. This should
not be treated as a bulletin board. It is for QUESTIONS about
Java.
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by:d41t0j
ID: 1219998
I would like to point out to Professor C that the only reason
why I posted this message is the after placing an identical
message on a bulletin board, Experts Exchange contacted me and
INVITED me to place this message on their service.

I think that people interested in Java have could LEARN something
from my simulator. Surely this is the whole point of Experts Exchange.
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by:icd
ID: 1219999
I answered the survey. Can I claim my 50 points?
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by:d41t0j
ID: 1220000
I haven't received your reply icd. Can you send it again and 50 easy points will be yours.

And the same applies to anyone else that would like to complete my survey, 50 easy points (I may award a few extra to those who successfully identify the calculation being made).
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ID: 1220002
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by:d41t0j
ID: 1220003
I have now received your results ICD.

Please resend a dummy answer so that I can give you your 50 points in response.
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by:d41t0j
ID: 1220004
TIME IS RUNNING OUT.

I need responses soon or not at all.

Remember, it's 50 very easy points.
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Here it is!
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