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Comparison of Java and C Sharp

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  1. This is a comparison of the C# programming language with the Java programming language

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. As the two are both garbage-collected runtime-compiled languages with syntax derived from C and C++, there are many similarities between Java and C#

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  3. Java is older than C# and has built up a large and highly active user base, becoming the lingua franca in many modern branches of computer science, particularly areas which involve networking

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  4. However, there are also many differences, with C# being described as a hybrid of C++ and Java, with additional new features and changes

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  5. This page documents the strong general similarities of the languages and then points out those instances where the languages differ

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  6. Both C# and Java are designed from the ground up as VMT-based object oriented languages, with a syntax similar to C++. (C++ in turn is derived from C.) Neither language is a superset of C or C++, however

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