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    I am a student. In my first semester we taught C++. But i done my B.Com. I can't learn C++ a lot . Now i am in second semester and we taught OOP (Object oriented programming).

    My question is that can i learn OOP (Object oriented programming) with out learning C++ or not.


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    ...yes? But why are you trying to get out of learning C++? Are you learning Java?
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    Sigh. You are one crosspost away from being added to my Ignore List.

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    There is no need to learn C for learning Java. Because Java and C are the two sides of the coin. They have only similarity of both are programming language. Java is the most complicated language of the world. It is more times tougher than C. But working on Java is quite easy as it is easy to install. Java is use more than C in many fields like web designing, web pages, designing softwares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haydendiego View Post
    Java is the most complicated language of the world. It is more times tougher than C.
    No, it isn't. It is one of the simplest languages around - that was one of it's design requirements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haydendiego View Post
    There is no need to learn C for learning Java. Because Java and C are the two sides of the coin. They have only similarity of both are programming language. Java is the most complicated language of the world. It is more times tougher than C. But working on Java is quite easy as it is easy to install. Java is use more than C in many fields like web designing, web pages, designing softwares.
    This is not only incorrect, misleading, and entirely subjective, but it also contradicts itself. I appreciate that you're trying to help, but please only provide accurate information- conjecture and outright lies don't help anybody.
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    Your Background is Commerce so You Need to dedicate yourself to Practice More Programme. Also Read tutorial. I think Java and C/C++ Job Board for Java Developers and C++ Developers is good for you.

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    You don't need to combine OOP with any specific lang. Oops is concept which can be found several languages, it has nothing to do with java and c++. Both of them implement some of the concept of oops.

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