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Java will overtake C/C++ BY 2002

 
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Dear Friends
I have wonderful news for you all .According to an article in www.javaworld.com , Java will overtake C/C++ by 2002 .
Kindly refer the following link http://www.zdnet.com/eweek/stories/general/0,11011,2804967,00.html
to get the full article .
Hope this article gives confidence to those who are still in doubts about Java's potential .
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Krishna
 
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Hi Krishna,
Thank you for posting such nice article here.I think from this article threads heading like "JAVA IS DEAD" getting real reply.

Initial surveys have shown that only a small portion of developers intend to try Microsoft Corp.'s C# language, which is relatively new, and those developers will predominantly be ones already using Microsoft programming languages

From this part people who are having doubts like "JAVA OR C#" getting solid reply.
Thanks again Krishna,
Shan Karawita
 
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