I am learning c++, i tried to learn java but it seams hard.
do you personally think that learning c++ will make me understand OOP in a bad way ?
Is it better to learn c++ before java or vice versa ?
Is java slower than c++ (Some people tell me its as fast as other or faster and other people say its much slower) Its not a compiled language, right ?
What is currently more used ? java ? c++ ?
Which is more used in big commercial apps?
Please be sincere in your answers.
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I consider Java to be C++ with training wheels. Both are used for big commercial applications. Either can help you learn about object-oriented programming, but I would suggest that you learn UML to really understand the basics of OOP. Object-oriented principals are not language dependent, but OOP is more a …
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