dorel iancu wrote:Not sure I'm in the right place for Bryson Paine's book promotion.
No. It is a long time since I wrote any C#, but as far as I know, both run on a virtual machine and both interpret a sort of bytecode.
dorel iancu wrote:. . .
So, the main difference between C# and Java is the fact that Java runs on a virtual machine.
No. Older versions of Java® might have been slow, but at least since Java5, Java® has been about as fast as anything else.
Isn't this making Java slower ? . . .
That's a pleasure
dorel iancu wrote:. . . . Thank you.
Possibly because it is awkward to run C# code other than on Windows®. That restricts the market.
dorel iancu wrote:. . . why Java seems to be more popular than C# ?
No, they are not a waste of time.
. . . I realize that these questions are kind of time waste for which I apologize.
. . . and thank you for that.
Before I go I really need to say this: this 'Ranch' is awesome. Really.