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abhinav.gupta.2406 Group Title

C++ or Java,which is more useful to be learned?

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  1. Tomas.A Group Title
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    it depends what you want to do, one is more useful for one thing another one is more useful for other thing

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    Totally depends on where you're going. C++ is very useful in game programming, Java can be used for just about anything.

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  3. abhinav.gupta.2406 Group Title
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    But some people used to say that "You can't understand Java without learning C++"

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    in your uni first language which is taught is Java, so that statement is false

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    Can't agree with it either. Though if you have even mediocre knowledge of C++ Java should never be a problem. C++ enables you to mess around with pointers, malloc and such. Java has abstracted such complicated things away. (mostly anyway)

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    and Java is build from C++ so yeah if you know C++ already it's easier to learn Java but you don't need to know C++ to learn Java

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  7. abhinav.gupta.2406 Group Title
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    Thanks a lot...

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    I would suggest you to learn c++ as it is both object oriented and funtion oriented so that will have flavoe of both java and c .But java is rich in library so you will have hell lot of API's to play with which are well built. SO now it's up to you to decide.....

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    c++ and java are close competers yet they have thier own domains and they rule thier domains without cclose competers.....but one thing is for sure the basic frame work of object-oriented concept is must for both. Also learning c++ first is prefered as it is well described and java is lot easy once yu got c++

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    both of them is usefull, dont worry to learn many programming language. Once you mastered one language, its very easy to learn another

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