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Thread: Differences Between Java and C,C++

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    Default Differences Between Java and C,C++

    Hai Team

    Can any body tell How does Java Differ from C and C++
    Please help me out on this regard


    Links are also welcomed


    Thanks in Advance

    Srinivas Kundan


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    Default Re: Differences Between Java and C,C++

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    Default Re: Differences Between Java and C,C++

    One MAIN difference you should know is that java is not a native programming language. It runs off of a

    VM(virtual machine) therefore you cannot build native code with it or do system specific things. C++ on the

    other hand is native but less portable and less handy for the web. It all depends on your taste and what you

    are trying to do. if you want to play with windows xp and "hack" java is not the language to do it in. If you

    want portable code then use Java.