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Difference between Visual C++ and Visual C#

TechbrokerTechbroker Member Posts: 1
Hi guyz
Anybody know the difference between Visual C++ and Visual C# ?

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  • BrutesBrutes Member Posts: 162
    C# runs under the .NET Framework.


  • Dazed66Dazed66 Member Posts: 77
    : C# runs under the .NET Framework.
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    So does visual C++.NET if you use managed code.

    Good Points of C#
    C# is a lot like Java, but creating the GUI is much easier.
    All memory management is done for you with a garbage collector.
    You can use it to code ASP.NET web pages.
    It's easy to learn and use.

    Bad Points of C#
    It's much slower than unmanaged C++.
    It requires the .NET framework to run on a machine.
    Only supported on Microsoft based OS's.

    That being said, I think that C# has it's place just like any of the languages. It great for some things but not so great for others. I use C# for things like databases and web pages.
  • BrutesBrutes Member Posts: 162
    : : C# runs under the .NET Framework.
    : :
    : :
    : :
    :
    : So does visual C++.NET if you use managed code.
    :
    : Good Points of C#
    : C# is a lot like Java, but creating the GUI is much easier.
    : All memory management is done for you with a garbage collector.
    : You can use it to code ASP.NET web pages.
    : It's easy to learn and use.
    :
    : Bad Points of C#
    : It's much slower than unmanaged C++.
    : It requires the .NET framework to run on a machine.
    : Only supported on Microsoft based OS's.
    :
    : That being said, I think that C# has it's place just like any of the languages. It great for some things but not so great for others. I use C# for things like databases and web pages.
    :

    One can even run object orientated COBAL in .NET
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