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compare java with others

 
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hi everyone,
I m a c/C++ programmer and an admirer of Java.
I don't like Visual Basic!
I want some comparison between the above languages from U.
Shoot them!
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Java is platform independant, C++ and Visual Basic are not.
Java is free, C++ and Visual Basic are not.
 
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Java is more object oriented than C++ or VB.
 
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Java doesn't have pointers so it is harder to shoot yourself in the foot.
 
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Java doesn't allow multiple inheritance. It has built-in support for code synchronization and LOTS of cool library support that you won't find in C++.
 
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Thomas, thanks for your explanations!
 
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Yes, Thank You Thomas!
Much too clear a comment for a future Wrox "coverboy"

[This message has been edited by Cindy Glass (edited August 14, 2001).]
 
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Java has no destructor, c++ does. Right?
 
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