C++ or C# for VoIP?

i m going to produce a VoIP system for my Double Module Project.This project functions included internet telephone, messenger and voice mail recorder.i m wondering whether want to use C++ or C# for this project.As i m a newbie for programming, both of the languages i m not really familliar with.i found many sample of C++ VoIP on internet, and cant find any source of C# VoIP.Can anybody give me some comments?Really thanks to u all~:)
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interesting i couldnt find it either but alot of people are looking for that also.
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You'll probably find it easier to implement the TAPI (Telephony API) into C++ than C# -- it's much more documented as well.
So, personally, go for C++. You say that you're unfamiliar with both of these languages, well, I thus recommend that you learn some MFC if you want to build  GUI (and decide to use C++).

But you must remember, there are alternative languages also.. I would personally recommend using Java. :-) (But I would say that). Check out: java.sun.com for info on Java.

Good luck with it,

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If you are going to go the route of JAVA here is the link:

https://jain-sip.dev.java.net/  and http://java.sun.com/products/jtapi/ and http://www.eclipse.org/

Depending upon your needs and the project java will more than likely do the trick, but Java is not as fully developed as C++.

and remeber that java is INTERPRETED language and that means that is slower BUT much portable
IMHO C++ :)
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