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#ActualJ. Evola's Apprentice

Posted 17 December 2012 - 09:32 AM

I think it is entirely project-dependent. When you are evaluating project design issues, you have to make some choices - for example, what 3rd party components you will be reusing. If existing C# libraries satisfy your needs, then you should choose C#, because it's obviously easier to develop with this language. If there are no C# libraries you can reuse, you should choose C++ in that project.

And, personally, I think that if C# is so great, then good libraries will show up sooner or later. But perhaps it is not that great...

#1J. Evola's Apprentice

Posted 17 December 2012 - 09:31 AM

I think it is entirely project-dependent. When you are evaluating project design issues, you have to make some choices - for example, what 3rd party components you will be reusing. If existing C# libraries satisfy your needs, then you should choose C#, because it's obviously easier to develop with this language. If there are no C# libraries you can reuse, you should choose C++.

And, personally, I think that if C# is so great, then good libraries will show up sooner or later. But perhaps it is not that great...

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