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Yes, more #javaGang members. Great game too! :D
ayyyy #JavaIsTheBest @EpicGamer007
@EpicGamer007 C# better than Java
well its easier @firefish
@firefish , how dare you, C# is just a java wannabe The only thing it is good for is windows native apps and Unity. Other than that java rules.
@MohammedBalsara , u forgot the camel case, it should be #javaIsTheBest
@EpicGamer007 C# learned from Java's mistakes. At least in C# Nested classes are supported natively in the bytecode, unlike Java.
@firefish @EpicGamer007 Scala is better than Java
@firefish , what do you mean by "nested classes are supported natively in bytecode"? Java has inner classes.
@fuzzyastrocat KOTLIN BETTER THAN SCALA
@firefish , kotlin better than scala yes. You can combine kotlin and java for mobile apps. yes kotlin good..
@EpicGamer007 Yes, but technically the JVM has no idea about them. Inner classes are actually global classes with weird names because Java is awful.
@firefish Wow, another Koltin fan? I like Kotlin from what I've seen of it, I don't have enough experience with it to make an adequate judgement though
@firefish >:C java is NOT awful.
@EpicGamer007 Lol that website you posted:
Scala is a statically typed programming language whereas Java is a multi-platform, network-centric, programming language.
What??!?! That is literally the worst comparison ever... Java is statically typed too
@EpicGamer007 Well the implementation is, just search up JVM nested classes fudge
@firefish , how does jvm interpreting inner classes as global classes with weird name bad?
@EpicGamer007 first answer here https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33750577/java-inner-classes-opening-a-backdoor-to-parent-class
@firefish , i cant find any links please send
@firefish , k thanks
@EpicGamer007 here is screendshot
@EpicGamer007 @firefish I would agree that Java is not awful, however I think it is outdated in that there are many better alternatives (which run on the JVM!).
@fuzzyastrocat Well the JVM is the worst bit, like I said, no native support for nested classes, and the list is endless
@firefish Agreed. I think most JVM languages use it because it's already common, and they're designed to make it easy to replace Java. (However, things like Scala provide an alternative with native builds too.)
@fuzzyastrocat The first time I've ever used Scala was like this morning
@firefish Heh, the same can be said of me and Kotlin. Hooray for learning new languages!
@fuzzyastrocat So my Kotlin is your Scala And my Scala is your Kotlin
@firefish Heh, basically yes
@fuzzyastrocat How easy would you think writing your own virtual machine for bytecode would be...
@firefish LOL, I'm literally working on that right now with my language Eros. What I'll say is that it's not as hard as you might think it would be. However, it will take a good deal of dedication.
me who only knows Python: -.-
@Surfit learn java
@fuzzyastrocat One question for shoppinglist: does if not do if something is not zero or if it is
@firefish If it is zero