Which is in higher demand in the job market right now???
Why don't you just learn both?
Good point. With both under your belt, not only will it strengthen your overall programming knowledge, the flexibility it would give you would be more impressive on a resume.
>Which is in higher demand in the job market right now???
Which job market? If you want a job where Java excels, clearly Java will be more in demand. Vice versa with C++.
I agree. They both are very similar. Once you get one, the other comes easily.
Ugh you guys are awesome, thx :P
Who can help me with the following
For Each Con As Control In GroupBox1.Controls
If Con.GetType Is GetType(Button) Then
Con.BackColor = SystemColors.Control
Con.UseVisualStyleBackColor = True
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So before I went and posted ~800 lines of code, I have 2 questions:
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private void EnterAcNotextBox_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
if (!int.TryParse(AcNotextBox.Text, out id))
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