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Zimtower



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29th September, 2004 at 23:20:54 -

I am wondering if Java programming language looks exactly like Jamagic language, ive been learning java and want to 3d program games.

 
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30th September, 2004 at 01:09:37 -

Jamagic is based more on JavaScript then Java, and it's not exactly the same to anything.

 
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30th September, 2004 at 01:32:00 -

oh, the language im learning looks exactly like the same format as jamagic. This will be easy.

 
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30th September, 2004 at 20:18:48 -

Java is one of the worst languages in existance, and thank God Jama doesnt look anything like it apart from the common stuff you get every where like if's and while's and for's, etc

But learning a new language is always a lot easier when you have knowledge of another, since they all work the same way. The only thing that changes is the keywords you need to use. You know, if you want to print the number 1 to 10 on the screen, it works the same way in every language (a for loop around a print statement), it's just the words look a little different.

Jama is an excellent language because it's so simple to get complex things done, not just in graphics but other areas as well.

I guess my answer to your question is they arent similar, but at the same time they are. I know that doesnt make sense, but I know what I mean

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30th September, 2004 at 20:21:55 -

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30th September, 2004 at 20:24:40 -

LOL, looks like my email got him back, i also got him to take that war off of TDC.

 
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Tigerworks

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1st October, 2004 at 10:40:20 -

Java is one of the worst languages in existance

Damn, I'd better go and learn INTERCAL instead then.

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1st October, 2004 at 11:46:41 -

or pascal... eugh :\

 
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2nd October, 2004 at 16:05:07 -

I heart perl. And for a typed language, C++ is very neat because I can do funky stuff like //map<char*>::iterator moo = &(char*)dec->art++, thus obsfuscating my true intentions by scaring people and stopping eventual industrial espionage. That's why when I grow up I want to work at Microsoft!

 
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2nd October, 2004 at 21:46:44 -

C++ and Perl are the best languages

I didnt say Java was the worst, Tiger, I said it was one of the worst.

The only good thing about Java is Swing, because you can create GUI's for software very quickly. That's the only reason I'm using Java for my current project I'm working on for Supanova. If my clients didnt want a GUI I'd just do it in C++ because it would be a lot easier and the program would run a lot faster. Unfortunately GUI's in C++ arent portable so that is the only reason.

Mike

 
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