That's easy. If you don't find the backslashes:
Inner classes result from the combination of block structure with
class-based programming, which was pioneered by the programming language
Too many good systems, too little time..
Jesper Buus Nielsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in article
> Kelly Murray <email@example.com> skrev i artiklen
> > It's only because people can't seem to stop using C/C++
> > that there is demand for inefficient "scripting" languages.
> > Common Lisp has so much versatility that it can be used for both
> environment. NB: CLOS were a significant source of inspiration in
> BETA - and BETA, being one of the first languages fully combining
> (block structure) and OO, was the main source of inspiration in making
> the "inner classes" of Java - a beer to the one that find the ref. in the
> Java documentations - I know that it is there - saw it :-)
> (1) Look at: http://www.daimi.aau.dk/~beta/
> (2) Windows [95/NT], Mach., Unix and maybe, to me, unknown systems.
> (3) Forgive me writing that diabolical sequence of characters.
> > -Kelly Murray firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.franz.com