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  1. #1
    Abdullah Guest

    Which is better to learn


    I'm planning to take MCSD exams so which is better to learn:
    VB & VC++ or VB & Java or VC++ & Java.(I mean for real world applications
    which are widely required)

  2. #2
    Guest

    Re: Which is better to learn

    vb & Java
    "Abdullah" <abboud11@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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    >
    > I'm planning to take MCSD exams so which is better to learn:
    > VB & VC++ or VB & Java or VC++ & Java.(I mean for real world applications
    > which are widely required)




  3. #3
    alberto Guest

    Re: Which is better to learn


    try to learn a little flavor of all of them..since you will likely use them
    all.. good luck!
    --ae

    <Mike@cranburygolf.com> wrote:
    >vb & Java
    >"Abdullah" <abboud11@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    >news:39f5b9c2$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> I'm planning to take MCSD exams so which is better to learn:
    >> VB & VC++ or VB & Java or VC++ & Java.(I mean for real world applications
    >> which are widely required)

    >
    >



  4. #4
    Rich Guest

    Re: Which is better to learn


    Abdullah,

    Hello. For the past six years, I have worked with VC++ and VB professionally.
    At this point, I would not waste any time learning VB 6 or VC++ 6.

    VB, as it is known in version 6.0, is going away. It is being replaced by
    VB.NET; this has a completely different framework and component architecture.
    The alpha is out for VB.NET, however, at this point, it is a command line
    compiler.

    Another part of the .NET architecture, C#, is the "premier development tool"
    according to MS. This is the tool they seem to be encouraging C/C++ developers
    to use. It seems VC++, according to the MS vision, will be used only for
    low level programming.

    Since both tools are out in alpha testing, I would recommend becoming a Java
    guru. After that, if you want, you could see how the .NET tools turned out.

    Rich


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    "Abdullah" <abboud11@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >I'm planning to take MCSD exams so which is better to learn:
    >VB & VC++ or VB & Java or VC++ & Java.(I mean for real world applications
    >which are widely required)



  5. #5
    Scott Brookhart Guest

    Re: Which is better to learn

    This is exactly the tact that I have been taking. I am a MCSD use VB, ASP
    and some VC++, but am spending off hours digging through Java.
    Scott

    "Rich" <cbuilder@NOSPAMhotbot.com> wrote in message
    news:39f81ff8$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Abdullah,
    >
    > Hello. For the past six years, I have worked with VC++ and VB

    professionally.
    > At this point, I would not waste any time learning VB 6 or VC++ 6.
    >
    > VB, as it is known in version 6.0, is going away. It is being replaced by
    > VB.NET; this has a completely different framework and component

    architecture.
    > The alpha is out for VB.NET, however, at this point, it is a command line
    > compiler.
    >
    > Another part of the .NET architecture, C#, is the "premier development

    tool"
    > according to MS. This is the tool they seem to be encouraging C/C++

    developers
    > to use. It seems VC++, according to the MS vision, will be used only for
    > low level programming.
    >
    > Since both tools are out in alpha testing, I would recommend becoming a

    Java
    > guru. After that, if you want, you could see how the .NET tools turned

    out.
    >
    > Rich
    >
    >
    > --------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > "Abdullah" <abboud11@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > >
    > >I'm planning to take MCSD exams so which is better to learn:
    > >VB & VC++ or VB & Java or VC++ & Java.(I mean for real world applications
    > >which are widely required)

    >




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