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Old 03-29-2009, 01:51 PM   #1
gr8gopinath
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Which one is best for embedded linux for me?


HI TO ALL,
I AM A COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING STUDENT.NOW I AM UNDER GOING RHCE.NEXT MONTH I GOING TO WRITE EXAM.I AM HAVING KNOWLEDGE IN C,C++ AND JAVA PROGRAMMING.AFTER FINISHING RHCE,I GOING TO ENTER IN EMBEDDED LINUX IN WHAT?WHERTHER IN C , C++ OR JAVA.WHICH ONE IS BEST IN FUTHER?
PLEASE GUIDED ME................
THANKZ IN ADVANCE
 
Old 03-30-2009, 04:14 AM   #2
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Lightbulb It depends

Gopinath,
It depends on what you are planning for. Kernel and device driver development 'C' is used. 'C++' is mostly used in GTK, QT etc. If you are interested in Android then having a JAVA programming experience is good.

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