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Old 02-06-2010, 11:33 AM
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Default Java vs C++? Really?

The question that is often posed in one rhetorical flourish or another is this: Which is better (faster, more efficient, blah blah blah...) Java or C++? The question that is really not being asked is: for what? Selecting a programming language is not like selecting a dinner suit; you are not going to be asking the question that frequently. In fact, this question is more like deciding on a business plan rather than simply selecting a tool from the tool box. The reality is that the only people that would really ask this question are those that:
  1. Are just at the beginning of planning a software effort that will become the basis of a business or business group that has yet to be established.
  2. Have a full grasp of and can support apps made with either language
  3. Are writers of articles or blogs
  4. Have a burning desire to vindicate their own personal preference.

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Old 01-22-2013, 08:43 AM
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Java and C++ both language are different to each other C++ allows namespace-level constants, variables, and functions. In Java, such entities must belong to some given type, and therefore must be defined inside a type definition, either a cl*** or an interface.
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Old 02-27-2013, 03:38 PM
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Personally I use web programming services and very happy.
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Old 08-17-2013, 01:07 PM
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java and C++ both are object oriented language still very different from each other.
java is a platform independent language whereas C++ is machine dependent language.
java is based truly based on C++ whereas C++ is based on C syntax and use object oriented approach.
java has special feature of applets and live applets which make it a dynamic language.
java use the feature of 'thread' which is not present in C++
C++ has functions but they are not present in java
C++ runs on native executable code whereas java runs on virtual machine.
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Old 08-29-2013, 12:12 PM
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1. C++ Supports native unsigned arithmetic And No native support for unsigned arithmetic.
2. C++ Pointers, references, and p***-by-value are supported for all types (primitive or user-defined) And All types (primitive types and reference types) are always p***ed by value.
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Java is Purely based on OOPS and widely used for programming in various areas.
While C++ is not Purely OOPS while it is also used in various areas but not so widely used.
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