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Christopher Stratmann13-Jul-06 9:20
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I must say C# is a 100 times easier than C++. I started my career with C++ and am very thankful I did so. After a pretty extensive knowledge of C++, I was forced to learn C# (work related). After programming in C++ for around 2-3 years I moved over to C#. In about a month of programming in C# I was nearly an expert....with the basics at least...because it is so incredible easy after C++ (especially with the tab control). The things you dont have to worry about (deleting stuff). You really appreciate how easy custom control can be made and the reuse of code. Simple things no longer take forever to figure out. Simple things no longer have 5 hidden steps inbetween that noone talks about. (Like for instance finding if the current user is an administrator. I search on the net for 4-5 hours and finally found 1 web site that shows how to do it. In C++ there is about 5 to 6 special functions for this and they all have funky names. In C# I think there is a special namespace for this and its so self explanitory.)

Anyway if you are looking for easy I would say C#.

Chris
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