Is C# Dying???
by pthygb8l - February 27, 2017 at 12:24 PM
#61
For game devs that use unity3d engine C# sure as hell is alive.
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#62
C# is constantly growing in popularity especially with MS buying Xamarin and C# basically being cross platform now, it has the power of the .net framework and is promoted by MS while being efficient at the same time. I know professional coders and their work mostly uses C#, they were previously C++ coders but love C# because of how efficient it is. I don't think any language ever really "dies" as even languages such as Delphi are still about.
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#63
.NET provides access to many services that other languages can't bind to, or would be extraordinarily difficult to bind to. C# is the only procedural language that is worth learning if you want .NET bindings, since F# is too weird for most people and VB.NET is complete shit.
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#64
c# is my favourite tbh it aint dying soon
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#65
C# is still widely used for windows applications and is still being taught in many schools however I would recommend switching to C++ or C if you want to develop for other platforms in the future such as Mac OSX, Linux, Android, iOS etc.
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#66
no c# is the best language u can learn easly
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#67
Its, not i using vb.net and im very very pro coda C: me is pro hacka im the best hacka inw rodl carder C: Smile
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#68
C#? Dying? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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#69
As it stands I believe it's fine, I'm actively learning it in classes and can see it is a very useful langugage. Although let's be real, it'll end up dying, just not right now.
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#70
It's better to learn C# than thinking about if it will die.
If you understand one programming language you will understand others rapidly.
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#71
I'm still in school so I can tell you that the idiots of today don't want to download programs to do something they want everything to be done from a browser so I would say that c# could die soon.
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#72
(February 27, 2017 at 12:24 PM)pthygb8l Wrote: Is C# Dying???

lets hope so
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