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    c++ newbie

    if i wanna make a c++ application, what tools i need for compile n put my app to myHP?

    where i can find the tutorial?

    what different between java n c++?
    and when i must have use c++ and when i must have use java 2 develop an application?

    thanks before
    all day 2 learn

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    Re: c++ newbie

    Quote Originally Posted by away_buzz
    if i wanna make a c++ application, what tools i need for compile n put my app to myHP?
    What kind of device you have? In general: you need a c++ compiler and a linker.
    where i can find the tutorial?
    If you have a device runnig Symbian OS, you can find tutorials on www.forum.nokia.com...
    what different between java n c++?
    They are different programming languages. C++ code is usually compiled for running on the CPU of the target machine ('native code'), Java runs on a standard emulated processor provided by the Java Virtual Machine ('managed code'). Due to this, C++ applications can access more features/resources in any environment - and usually run faster -, this is especially true for mobile environments.

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