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Hi , I recently read this on another forum...

C/C++ are still standards for writing fast, standalone software, so you'll be wanting to work your way there.

If I want to develop an application that has many "if statements" and many "loops" , that executes only on the client machine (no network/database interaction) , then will using c++ over c# matter.

Also , because C++ can be run on Eclipse,Netbeans and VS , is it bigger than c#?:icon_frown:


-Thanks

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