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Microsoft targets Java users

Microsoft on Tuesday introduced an application that simplifies the process of converting code written with Sun Microsystems-backed Java programming language into code that can be used by Microsoft's Visual C# development tool.

The Java Language Conversion Assistant version 2 is part of Microsoft's ongoing effort to entice companies to drop Java-based software in favor of Microsoft's .Net-branded tools. The tool can take Web pages written in the Java Server Pages format and convert them to Microsoft's ASP.Net format. Once code is converted, developers can use Microsoft's development tools, including Visual Studio.Net and Visual C#.