One language is object oriented, the other is not.
One could come as applet or JAR and could be tested against different runtime environment versions, the other comes as EXE (or DLL).
Concerning test automation (GUI testing), the amount of object recognition might be different.
And testing the memory usage might find more strange behaviour in object oriented applications ...
wooo there is no similarities in both of them to have differences!!! i guess u meant to ask difference between java and c++... please check. C is completely different. C IS NOT OBJECT ORIENTED and JAVA IS OBJECT ORIENTED. this is the big big difference. and what do u mean by in terms of SQA???? please google to find more.. and let us also know [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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Senorita, I think it should not affect you as a QA until you are testing the backend or doing some kind of white box testing. Obviously there are differences between both languages, that is why they are treated differently. But, as long as you are doing black box testing, it should not make much difference to you.