java because it is cheaper then dotnet and it is open source based
Are you joking?
Indeed ,could you prove that?Java is not rich as .NET and very sluggish and unstable for some OS.For example MathWorks team warns their customers with something like that "because of the problems with JVM,some functions might not work correctly on some OS".If the development framework is not stable enough,then the product will be full of bugs too.
If it's not rich ,to much custom code is required ,which means much more expensive product.
Java is not cheaper than .net.
Both frameworks are free. You can pay different amounts for the IDE you use, for example SharpDevelop is free and has many good features. There are free (and restricted) versions of Visual Studio as well the versions of visual studio you pay for (it is these that can be expensive). I *think* the free eclipse IDE will also allow you to use .net, it definately supports Mono.
Learn the theory first and reinforce what you learn using a language. C# or java [C++, smalltalk or even Object COBOL] it really should not matter which language you choose, it is tool for implimentation.
If you really want to learn then try both. At work I use C# and at home java. Both have merrits and both have hindrances. C# is probaly easier to get going with but has inconcistencies that hinder learning the thory. Java is consistent and simple, but you need to learn where things are in the libraries.
As a final thought learn the theory of object orientation from the outside in. Start with design and learn UML diagraming and notation. Get it in your head that being language agnostic is the best approach.
I have one software which gives me 10 digit Number for date. How could I convert that 10 digit number to actual date.
Example :- The output given by software is 1251983760 for the date 03-09-2009.
Please help me to convert that number to actual date.
I am not able to add rows n values to data gridview programmatically(without binding to datasource)..I think the problem is because the rows are assigned 'databound' property...Any alternative for 'databound' so that i can add values programmatically?
Man your really confusing me you wrote to threads and it appears that am answering both. So Please Give Me a big scenario to help you i know i can, but i should understand what is happening with your code. I think it is something easy once i know what is really going on.
Hi all ,i would like to find default Audio devicesin my desktop application, i used coredll.dll , while accessing the deviceID i m getting the follwoing error. i have tried TAPI , DirectX for Audio streaming no fruitfull result.
if (KernelIoControl(IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID, IntPtr.Zero, 0, outbuff, nBuffSize, ref dwOutBytes))
Unable to load DLL 'coredll.dll': The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E)
could anyone suggest me whetehr we can use coredll.dll.
I am working on a windows application and in this I am using a Rich Textbox. In this I want to fix the number of lines in the Rich textbox.When I increase the font size of the text in the Rich Textbox then also the number of lines in the rich textbox should not change.
For example if a rich textbox contains 10 lines of text and if I increase the font size then also it should then also the rich textbox should contain 10 line but not 11 or more line. These extra lines should be deleted or move to the next rich textbox.
If anyone have idea to solve this please reply me.
Thanks in advance.
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