3 Oct 08
we are also doing c++ at our university and i found it very interesting yet it is difficult but id you try to make interest in it and spend some time with it, you will feel at ease and nothing is difficult. the seniors who have done it and if they say that it is difficult then how did they managed to do it. keep your head up and things will get easier by themselves and be motivated, that is what i follow. good luck
4 Oct 08
Migrating to or learning other programming languages should never be difficult, as long as you have mastered the fundamentals of computer programming, and the logic behind every basic control structures such as if-else, loop statements, writing functions/methods, etc. Programming languages only differ in the packages available that you can include in your program. In some cases, the syntax may be different. But overall, functionality of its basic control structures are never different. C++ and Java are very similar in some of their structures. I believe you will never have difficulty learning this language.
3 Oct 08
Java comes from the C family. The only advantage is that, this software is so flexible and lots of libraries have been added to it to fit in the new world programming. When you learn C languages, there's no reason you can't make Java programming. The syntax is just the same. Those who says its difficult knows nothing. If you want to be a programmer, you can chew up all those other programming languages if you know to code. Programming languages only differs in syntax, when you can do coding in one programming language, then there's no reason you can't code in other languages. The logic in programming is all the same. I started with Java when I was in college, and mind you, this is great, full Object Oriented Concepts (OOP) is with this programming language. When I started working, I have to do C++ coding, just familiarize the syntax, that is just the technique. But more likely, Java is a descendant of the C family so it wouldn't be any harder to switch.
19 Jan 09
Java is cool.Best for web technologies/web.you are in college learning c++.Go to NIIT for java course.Both the language has similar features. C++ has pointers where as Java don't. For web java is best.When it comes to memory optimization c/c++ is best