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Colin Angus Mackay1-Jan-04 22:11
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Probably the work issues / résumés / certification[^] forum is better... But I'll give you my opinion here anyway.

I'd say that if you want to do hardware control systems then C is the language of choice. If you want to do business oriented software then C# or VB.NET are better [if you are staying in the Microsoft world]. C++, in my opinion, is at a juncture. I've written windows applications with it and it is still used to create them, but C# is now better in that respect unless you need to coax the last clock-cycle out of the processor. C++ will be staying for a long time but as more enterprise systems get written in languages like C# then C++ will be relegated to legacy systems, OSes, hardware control systems and anything that requires very tight optimisation (in comparison to C#)

Perhaps if you let everyone know what area(s) you wish to go into on leaving university it might help guide a better answer. However, while at university you may find a preference for a particular language. (Some people even like COBOL Eek! | :eek: )

--Colin Mackay--
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