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Dear experts,

I don't know if my question belongs in this section.
I love programming, and I want to know what is the
hotest programming language?
and is java an OOP language?

Greetings, Peter Kiers
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Java is indeed an OOP.

Java is also a very popular language, but it all depends on what you want to achieve.

If you want to program a real time embedded system, you will find out that C is much more popular and Java almost non-existant in those environments.

For general purpose GUI applications and web applications, using Java will let you achieve most things if not all things.

The .NET family and in particular C# is another popular language these days, and integrate well wil Microsoft solutions/technologies.

If you are interested in staying as far away as possible from Microsoft tech, then Java is a good choice as a popular language alternative.
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I want to make a knowledge base for myself, i have a picture of
another programm, and I want to make it just like that.
what do you recomment? My knowledbase has to have a treeview
and connected to a database, to store all the data.

Peter


Example.JPG
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Thank for the info.

Greetings, Peter Kiers
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This is perfectly possible in Java.  The Java framework comes with a large number of classes to build graphical user interfaces, including a treeview, if my memory serves me right.

Working with databases in Java is also very straightforward, so you should be able to do this without much trouble.
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