My name is Azeem and i'm a student of computer sciences.
i need help about my project.
i am developing an application using optical character recognition (OCR) for android system Mobiles.
i have some difficulty in choosing tools for this.
what are the best tool for developing Android application.?
i want to know is Java suitable for OCR or C# is best for OCR ?
Can we convert the java program is Android Application ?
or can we convert the C# program is Android Application ?
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Taking this into consideration, your question is downvoted and reported. Have a nice day!
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