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Is MIDP a layer on top of CLDC E-mail
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Sort of. However, it is wrong to assume that MIDP is, or even can be, implemented using only the CLDC API. To the developer, the MIDP and CLDC APIs exist side-by-side. For example, the MIDP API allows screen management, but there is no CLDC support for screens, even at the pixel level. MIDP2.0 offers support for networking operations such as raw TCP/IP sockets, but CLDC only offers HTTP support. It would be strange if a higher-level abstraction offered lower-level functionality than the thing it abstracts. In practice, developers working with CLDC devices are actually working with MIDP, and there are no other standards-based user interface models for CLDC. As a result, it is not really productive to try to distinguish the MIDP layer from the CLDC layer.


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