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Getting J++/J#

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I have VS.net Enterprise edition. It doesn''t come with J++ or J# (or are they the same thing). I know nothing about J but i was interested in getting the compiler. Can i download J or i got a voucher to send in, or what? Thanks ----------------------------------------------------------- Like a sponge!

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Microsoft no longer supports its implementation of Java (J++). Learn C#.

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I got this little voucher that i supposedly can send in when it comes out to get a copy of it? Does that sound right?

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Okay, i got this voucher that i can send in to get J#, but what about J++, or are they the same thing or what? And is it worth it to get J#?

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[edited by - draco5869 on June 18, 2003 1:27:22 PM]

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J++ and J# are both MS''s basterdised versions of Java, and both pretty much deadends. If you want to learn proper Java, then get the SDK (free) from java.sun.com, or if you want to learn something similar yet still MS, try C# - I may be wrong but i assume VS.net Enterprise ed. comes with it (check the manual.. you do have the manual, right?)

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