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The Java Development Laboratory

Housed in room B-113 in the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the Molecular Expressions Java Development Laboratory has 10 Windows NT computers running Microsoft Visual J++ as a development platform. During the course of a school year, 15-20 students use the laboratory to develop Java applications for the Web.

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