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John1901 August 30th, 2019 10:57 AM

Which programming language is better C++ or C#?
 
Can anybody tell me in detail that which is better programming language C++ or C# (sharp) i am thinking to join the classes of one of each

ChristianNagel August 31st, 2019 04:54 AM

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Originally Posted by John1901 (Post 311374)
Can anybody tell me in detail that which is better programming language C++ or C# (sharp) i am thinking to join the classes of one of each

Every language has its advantages depending on what you want to do.
C# offers more productivity and allows to create a wide range of application types.

DeepakBisht September 2nd, 2019 07:41 AM

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Originally Posted by John1901 (Post 311374)
Can anybody tell me in detail that which is better programming language C++ or C# (sharp) i am thinking to join the classes of one of each

At a very basic level, both C# and C++ have similar codes. C# is much newer to the game, however. It was introduced by Microsoft as a Java competitor in 2000. C++ has been a foundation language for many other languages, and it was introduced way back in the 1980s. Consequently, C++ has a much more prominent appearance in applications.
Both C++ and C# are object-oriented languages, although C++ is considered a harder language to work with. Both of them can be used in web and desktop applications, but C# is much more popular now for both applications. C++ is considered a more prestigious language used for applications such as games, operating systems, and very low-level programming that requires better control of hardware on the PC or server.

tanc September 2nd, 2019 09:02 AM

C# and C++
 
C# more productive and C# runs virtual machine

C++ requires you to handle its memory manually, and its complies into the machine code


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