Diffrences between C#, J#, and Java...

Posted on 2005-05-15
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Hello, i wanted to know some input on what people think is the diffrences between C#, j#, and Java.
Question by:clear100-com
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    google search and enter:

     C# vs. J#

    then try C# vs. Java

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    google will indeed do just fine if you consider the source. so try to avoid an article on C# vs. Java written by Microsoft or by Sun.
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    well, even there you can read both and make your own conclusion. yet, may take a bit longer ;)
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    This may be helpful.
    Keywords Compared in Different Languages

    Comparison between C# and Java

    Hope this helps u.
    Good luck.

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