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Hey guys

I got 2 programming books with me. One of them is C# and other one is C++. I would like to know what the difference between them. And what should I read first?

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Wikipedia says:

C#
C++

In the C# article, there is a whole section on how it differs from C and C++.

On what you should read first:

The book about which ever language you decide to use first!

And which language should that be? It's up to you! But personally, I'd go with C++, as it is more mainstream, and it can work natively on any platform, while C# only works natively on Windows (due to its .NET dependencies).

Edited by stettybet0, 05 July 2007 - 02:27 PM.

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Alright Sweet

Thanks for your help stettybet0

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A got another question!

How do I use the C++ compiler to create an executable file with a filename extension of .exe? And I Use Visual Studio Express 2005.

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Nvm

I got what I need it!

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