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Short Take: Asymetrix ships SuperCede for Java

Asymetrix is set to ship the Java Edition of SuperCede, a dual Java/C++ development tool that is bundled with Netscape Communications' Internet Foundation Classes and Object Design's PSE for Java database. SuperCede allows Java developers to modify a program while it is running. SuperCede will cost $149 through March. Asymetrix's founder is Paul Allen, also an investor in CNET: The Computer Network.