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what is the difference between visual C, C++ and C#? Is Visual C diffe


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snewcomer

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I have a code written in visual C that includes multithreading and synchronization and i need to write the same code in my own words...can we use multithreading in C? which other language can i use and what will be the best book and website to get the free tutorials to learn this language?

what is the difference between visual C, C++ and C#? Is Visual C different from visual C++? how can i open the code files written in visual C, which software wud i need and from where can i download it?



Any suggestions n information will b greatly appreciated!
Thanks.

Edited by snewcomer, 26 September 2009 - 09:30 PM.

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Hi snewcomer, welcome to GeeksToGo! :)

When you talk about visual C, I assume you mean the Visual C development environment made by Microsoft? The language itself is simply called "C". To open these files, you need to download Microsoft Visual C++. There is a free version available online called "Microsoft Visual C++ Express Edition".

As far as multi threading goes, I know it is possible in all the languages you listed above: C, C++, and C#.

The languages you listed are all very similar. C# and C++ were both influenced by C, but C# is more different because it incorporates the ".NET Framework". You can find more information about the .NET Framework here.

If you have done programming in the past, then I recommend that you give C++ a shot. It is basically just a language that was built on C, and has some added features.

If you haven't programmed at all in the past, you may find it hard to jump into C++. If this is the case, maybe start by learning a language such as Python or Ruby, and work your way up to C++.

Hope that helps, let me know if you have any other questions :)
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