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sega16

Member Since 29 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 07 2012 06:27 PM

#5006351 Feasibility of writing android apps purely through the NDK

Posted by sega16 on 02 December 2012 - 01:35 PM

I also HATE java. I refuse to even touch it. I have heard some people talk about the time it would save so I started reading about it and stopped when I heard that it was an interpreted language and there is no unsigned support. I myself was wondering the same thing how can I not write a line of java and instead use C a real programming language? Also @ L. Spiro why would google hate the NDK? I refuse to write an android app until I am able to use not a line of java.


#4986942 Game creation software

Posted by sega16 on 04 October 2012 - 05:08 PM

or perhaps you're developing for a system that requires such attention to detail, and you must concern yourself with excess bits and bytes, you're welcome to do that, too.

There you have nailed it my hoby is to program for very limited micro controllers I enjoy making limited hardware doing impressive things sometimes I even program in assembly but I use c alot too.


#4985918 Game creation software

Posted by sega16 on 01 October 2012 - 06:22 PM

Why java? Java is an interpreter that is bad because instead of directly being able to directly run your program it has to first in real time convert your code into machine code then run it that means slow down. Also java has no support for unsigned numbers this is bad. I can not go with out unsigned number. I needed them my programs would use a lot more ram if I could only used signed numbers. I would recommend C I write and C and my programs are fast.


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