which one do you prefer? python with C# or java?

becky_lewis bex.lewis at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 01:04:41 CEST 2012

Lisp and Clojure are functional languages. Learning one of those (or a
similar language) will help by providing you with a fairly different
perspective on how to approach programming problems. Personally I
think learning Lisp or Clojure is good advice.

However, if you're really adamant about going with Java or C# I'd
probably go with Java. Not only can you play around on multiple
platforms but should you decide to give Clojure a go in the future
it'll come in handy :) (Clojure runs on the JVM so you can make use of
Java libraries directly from it).

On Jun 9, 11:44 pm, Yesterday Paid <howmuchisto... at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm planning to learn one more language with my python.
> Someone recommended to do Lisp or Clojure, but I don't think it's a
> good idea(do you?)
> So, I consider C# with ironpython or Java with Jython.
> It's a hard choice...I like Visual studio(because my first lang is VB6
> so I'm familiar with that)
> but maybe java would be more useful out of windows.
> what do you think?

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