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thecomputernoob

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whats the difference between c++ and java...which is better..which is easier...which is better to make a text based game??
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From what I have heard, Java is easier to learn, but C++ is better for text-based games. Jave is used mainly for web-development.
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From what I have heard, Java is easier to learn, but C++ is better for text-based games.  Jave is used mainly for web-development.

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I wouldn't say Java is necessarily easier, but I would go with either. Personally I favor Java, because it's applets are sexy. Peace.
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I myself like C++, not as much as VB, but since I haven't had Java before I can't state that either is truly better in my own opinion and personal knowledge.

VB is alot of fun, but I'm the type of person that likes to visualize and set up what I want the program to look like and then go ahead and make each part work the way I want it to. C++ was the opposite and debugging with it sucked. :tazz:

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Edited by Fenor, 01 October 2005 - 02:51 PM.

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