There are many differences between Java and other programs, as there are also similarities: - managed code: java does not produce native code, but some byte code that will make it runnable in something called "virtual machine". The best thing about that: compile on windows and deploy that application on UNIX. - full object oriented -- even more than C++ where global variables are possible. Here, in java, everything must take place in an object - works on many operating systems. - a lot of technologies grouped in J2EE, that covers many the aspects of enterprise programming - servlets, jsp, ejb, jdbc to access the database, etc. The list is huge, I don't want to get in too much detail about that.
I guess it features some of the most mature technologies on the market.Answer to: which programming language is more robust C sharp or Java?While I generally prefer "C" as a more robust language, I also consider anything that is released by Microsoft to be unreliable and likely to fail. Java is the product of Sun Microsystems, and has a very good reputation. While I'm not a Java programmer, I have heard nothing but good reports about Java. Answer to: why is Java more secure than other languagesJava is considered more secure than other languages for several reasons:
1)Java is a purely Platform independent means the application that will work in any kind of Operating System.But .Net is platform independt software.
2).Net support to develop application in different languages and to develop application Rapidly. This feature is not exist in JavaAnswer to why is Java more popular than CA long time ago, many people believed Java was slower than C because Java had to run through a virtual machine. Today however, Time and speed aren't really affected by the programming language or the used technology as much as affected by memory cards capacity and processors speed (Clock rate). Hench programmers and developers started looking for the most powerful yet easy to 'learn and work with' programming language. And there came Java with the multi-platform support, Object oriented methodology and other great capabilities and features.
On the other hand, General Purpose applications are still developed using C++ because it doesn't need any intermediate software to run.
and i think that java it's been improved everyday by the newest releases of the implementation of the virtual machine.
Popular object-oriented programming languages are Visual Basic .NET, Java, C++, and Python.
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give me most popular low level level programming languages
There are literally thousands of programming languages - some for special purpuses, some of a more general nature. Some popular languages are the Microsoft dotnet languages (C#, Visual Basic .NET, and others); Java; PHP; Python; and lots of others. You can get more information: * In the Wikipedia article on "programming language" * The TIOBE website has been keeping track of the most "popular" programming languages, for the last few years.
Linux is a platform, and as such supports a myriad of programming languages. Of these languages C, C++, Java, Python and Perl are very popular, but there are many other programming languages. Some, like Python and Perl are 'interpretive' and similar in this respect to 'BASIC'. C and C++ are compiled, and Java sits somewhere between them.
The popular programming languages which are generally used to write a robotic program may be developed in c, c++, java etc.., these languages are more flexible when compare to the other languages.
The "machine language" and "assembly language" for each CPU architecture are the lowest-level programming languages. The "Forth language" and the "C programming language" are perhaps the most popular non-CPU-specific low-level programming languages. They were once considered high-level programming languages, and certainly they are at a higher level than assembly language, but now they are considered low-level programming languages when compared to the much higher-level languages available today (Python, Java, C++, etc). Low-level programming languages provide little or no abstraction from the CPU's instruction set architecture; typically they interact with the hardware directly.
Windows is supported by practically any present-day general purpose programming language, with the exception of hardware specific languages aimed at technology not supported by the windows Operating system. Popular programming languages used for writing applications running under the Windows operating system include the C family of languages (C, C++, C#, Objective-C, and others), the Pascal dialects (Pascal, Turbo Pascal, Objective Pascal), and popular scripting languages such as Perl, Python or Ruby. The complete list of programming languages available for programming under Windows, or for generating code which executes under Windows, is very large and diverse.
Python and Ruby are the most popular. However, any programming language can be used to generate web content.
Programming languages are invented all the time. The vast majority are simply not used by anyone except the author or a small team with a specific need. If you are looking for the "best" or "most popular" programming language, you are probably going to start an almighty debate! Tiobe compile a list of most popular programming languages at http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html. Currently, this is Java, C, C++ then PHP and so on.
Not, I don't think OO languages are used more than the non-OO ones, if your "popularity" is based on the number of the developers.
The answer to this question is more complicated than you might assume. Different languages have different capabilities and applications.Based on popularity and jobs availability most popular languages are:JavaC LanguageC++C#PHPRefer this link for more details:-http://highweb.blogspot.com/2013/04/web-programming-languages-popularity.html
Yes. Check the comparison of languages at www.tiobe.com; Java has been competing with C for the first spot, for the last few years.
c is mother language ,c logically implemented language's follows all high level languages. Means,They followed c rules and syntax's.
C is a general-purpose computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system.Although C was designed for implementing system software, it is also widely used for developing portable application software.C is one of the most popular programming languages of all time and there are very few computer architectures for which a C compiler does not exist. C has greatly influenced many other popular programming languages, most notably C++, which began as an extension to C.
Well,Michael is the most popular and Chris is the 3rd popular
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Visual basic is a pretty basic language and you can get it for free from Microsoft. Download it at http://www.microsoft.com/express/vb/default.aspxMost public libraries will have books about various popular programming languages. You can also find manuals, guides, specifications, tutorials, and support for many, many computer languages by searching the internet.
Yes. Very popular.