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in which language future is good ?

which language is easy ? .net c# or Python?

pls replay me

Thank you
Gaurang R.
Posted 27-Dec-11 9:12am
SAKryukov at 27-Dec-11 15:22pm
What is your goal: to make it easy or to achieve best results? This goals are almost opposite, pretty much like fuel economy vs. speed/dynamics in cars.
Gaurangraval at 27-Dec-11 15:34pm
but i am fresher so little tents about it i have ask this question...
RaviRanjankr at 27-Dec-11 15:59pm
Its not a good practice to use short text speaking words like plz instead of using please.
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Solution 1

This makes generic TWO Python questions from you in the last ten minutes.

None of us are fortune tellers. Most of us here use C# rather than python, because this is primarily a Microsoft technology oriented development site. Pick one or the other (or both), and get on with your life (and let us get on with ours).
Gaurangraval at 27-Dec-11 15:32pm
hmmm thank you
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Solution 2

As JSOP said, no one of us knows what's going to happen. Here's one point of view. It's basically not telling anything about the future, just about the near past.

TIOBE Programming Community Index for December 2011[^]
Gaurangraval at 27-Dec-11 15:32pm
thank ...friend
Mika Wendelius at 27-Dec-11 15:33pm
You're welcome.

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