Re: What are web services ?
tedd wrote: > Ken said: > >> To explain synchronous and asynchronous communication, I use a telephone >> example. If someone answers when you call, that synchronous. If no >> one answers >> but you leave voicemail, that's asynchronous. > > > Well... your explanation may work well for you. However, you can have > a two way communication and still be asynchronous -- the term simply > means that a common clock between transmitters/receivers is not > required for communication. > > So, for a real world analog, I would use -- when I'm talking to my > wife via the telephone, we're on the same page and know what each > other is saying -- however, when I'm talking to my mother-in-law, it's > wasted breath. That's such a shame. I thought everybody loves mother-in-laws :-) -- Regards, Razvan SCJP preparation material: www.mihaiu.name/2004/sun_java_scjp_310_035/index.html www.mihaiu.name/2004/sun_java_scjp_310_035_test1/index.html www.mihaiu.name/2004/sun_java_scjp_310_035_test2/index.html www.mihaiu.name/2004/sun_java_scjp_310_035_test3/index.html www.mihaiu.name/2004/sun_java_scjp_310_035_test4/index.html
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