C# and java both were derived from C++, and therefore they have similar roots, both are widely used for web programming. We discuss the difference between C# and java these are as follows:
- C# has more primitive datatypes
- Java uses static final to declare a class constant while C# uses const.
- Java does not provide for operator overloading.
- C# supports the struct type and java does not.
- Unlike java, all C# datatypes are object.
- C# provides static constructors for initialization.
- In java, parameters are always passed by value, c# allows parameters to be passed by reference by Ref keyword.
- C# includes native support for properties, java does not.
- Java does not directly support enumerations.
- In java, the switch statement can have only integer expression, in C# supports integer and string both.