I was helping a friend with some Java homework and I didn't really find it difficult... It has some differences, but I wouldn't say it's harder. I've only been programming C++ for 2 years too, odd to see 3rd year students *****ing about it...KilledWithStyle said:Some of the things are verry cleaned up in Java though. All the 3rd year C++ students are b*tching about how hard the java language is. It seems pretty easy to me.
If I remember correctly wernt you saying php was one of the sloppiest languages on the earth last team meeting? -_-harSens said:For webbased stuff php and Java are pretty decent.
Uhm... no... you don't.Pcjoe said:One thing that pissed me off though is that you had to use the "this" pointer, or whatever the hell they call it in java, to access local class varibles...
Bleh, why use arrays if you have a whole set of Collections at your disposelPcjoe said:Something about allocating memory pissed me off too, expecially with arrays...
I prefer old-skool sub-routine for a 'void' function Everything that returns a value is a function as far as I'm concerned.Pcjoe said:Maybe it's just because I've never taken a programming class, but what the hell is with calling functions methods? "Lets create a method to add values ---", just sounds like it could get confusing and functions sounds so much cooler ^_^
Yes it is. But it's easy to create stuff with it (or so I heard) so I guess it serves a purpose.Pcjoe said:If I remember correctly wernt you saying php was one of the sloppiest languages on the earth last team meeting? -_-
Either way, I found php pretty fun... I want to get into it this summer again when I have more free time.
No age is too young to start. I'd recommend grabbing a copy of C++ for Dummies from your local bookstore. Very good reference. !_!)V(ajin Mole said:well i think i willl go with C++
I have learned a little about Flash and Blitz Basics so i know what a varible, function, and an array are so i am off good. Thank you for all your help. And for your info i am a 12 year old kid D