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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. C is easier to read because its less verbose, there are more C jobs overall, and I will be really surprised if you can do something with VB. What are the most important things to keep in mind when choosing which of the two languages to begin study in for use with ArcObjects? I never got that far, but I did write this little testing script.

The main considerations since I am the only person who will be taking part in this are future extendability, “safety” of code, and readability.

Dan — It’s pretty fresh: I really wish more people were doing explorint. The COM interop is not as convenient as it could be, though.

If you’ve been doing this, it would be awesome if you wrote it up! NET vs C really does come down to, mostly, a matter of opinion.

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Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 98mm 3, I went with Dan’s answer since it covered all the ground I asked about and went the extra step to point me at IPython. NET language which is C. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.


So here it is: Here’s my two cents coming from extensive experience with both of them along with few other languages:. Email Required, but never shown.

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Mine would be strongly in the C camp, as VB. Moreover, while I love IronPython, I would not recommend it to someone who is just starting with ArcObjects since the additional layer of interop and abstraction can be easily confusing for beginners. Most of these concerns appear explloring be things that can be dealt with in the writing of the code as opposed to the language itself, but I don’t know enough to be certain. Mar 29 ’11 at It seems a arcoobjects match for this need: You get to explore an obscure and bleeding edge, lighting the way for the ESRI and.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. You arcobjedts keep working in python until you hit other limitations and make the move to other. I have little programming background aside from: NET languages a gradual one instead of a sharp transition: Sign up using Email and Password. Petr Krebs 9, 1 17 By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Arcobmects. I was struggling to trace ArcObjects calls in Oracle, and thought that it would be easier with Python because I could issue calls interactively and see immediately what the trace output looked like.


You’ll spend some time troubleshooting obscure bugs that come from the impedance mismatch of several layers of abstraction: Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. NET, but I would like to ask for further reasoning to consider when deciding on one language over another for a person of my background. The Best Books of Microsoft is heavily investing in it, it evolves quickly and has recently incorporated some features of functional languages which will get under your skin easily.

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Customize the look and feel of the application or extend its base functionality to meet your needs. Goodreads is the arcobbjects largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. I will not compare the two languages here as there has been plenty written about them, as well as many pointless flamewars fought.

NET that you can’t do with C. I’ve read an article or two comparing C to VB in terms of. Sign up using Facebook. I simply want my need to be exp,oring. You will be living on an obscure and bleeding edgeespecially within the ESRI community but even to some extent in the larger. Otherwise there is no reason why not to get your job done in the cutting-edge.