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    Default hi guys i am new here help me

    hi guys ,

    i just want to know whether learning java will lead to earn more money or not ? because i am confused with lot of available languages ..please guide me guys
    1. is java is the best language in the world ?

    2. how the java differs from other language other than platform independent and OOP ?

    please help me guys ...sorry for my noobie questions... thanks a lot :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    hi guys ,
    i just want to know whether learning java will lead to earn more money or not ?
    Pardon me for being direct, but it's all I know. This question and in fact all of your questions are a bit overly simplistic and quite frankly impossible to answer. Will learning a programming language lead anyone to earn money? Nothing is ever this simple. Do people earn a living with Java? Yes. Can you? I have no idea.


    1. is java is the best language in the world ?
    No. This animal doesn't exist.


    2. how the java differs from other language other than platform independent and OOP ?
    This question would take days and pages to answer and is best answered by your doing a little research with Google and perhaps starting with Wikipedia.


    please help me guys ...sorry for my noobie questions... thanks a lot :)
    Welcome to the forum. I think that you are simply going to have to do a lot research on your own. Best of luck in your search.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    This question and in fact all of your questions are a bit overly simplistic and quite frankly impossible to answer.

    i think learning a programming language should be more a question about vocation then money.

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    @ Fubarable ,

    thank you very much for your kindfull reply mate and my friend ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable
    No. This animal doesn't exist.
    can you please explain me the meaning for the above context ? :o ..thank you mate ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    can you please explain me the meaning for the above context ? :o ..thank you mate ..
    It depends on the context, i.e. what you want to use that language for; for highly rectangular table fiddling a lot of people find Cobol or even one of the RPG variations ideal; for more mathematical applications people swear by APL and its friends. For more 'theoretical' (mind the quotes) functional languages (there are a lot of them and they're all great fun) are very en vogue. If you want/need raw speed C or C++ or even an assembly language come to mind. Java comes somewhere in the middle: desktop applications, enterprise stuff, web oriented stuff etc. Pick your choice of 'the best language'. Java is the language of choice on schools and universities and I think that's why this 'cult' around it has seen the light; don't pay any attention to that.

    kind regards,

    Jos

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    thANK YOU VERY MUCH MY FRIEND .... :) , Actually mate my aim is to work in some good MNC companies dude . so i am preparing myself dude ....thank you dude ,but still i will go into java for my knowledge :)

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