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Comparison of C ++ TOOLKIT and Java OTK

VladiSlav
16-Pearl

Comparison of C ++ TOOLKIT and Java OTK

Hello everyone!


Many say that the C++ Toolkit is a more advanced tool than Java OTK.
I wanted to know if this is true?
And if so, how far is the JOTK behind the C++ Toolkit?
And is there a future for JOTK, that is, can it become as powerful a tool as the C++ Toolkit or even more powerful?


Respectfully!

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I heard that

 

Free Java OTK has same functionality as J-Link before (little bit more could be).

 

J OTK (licensed) and C++ OTK should be nearly same. Could be that some of the extra modules (License 222, e.g. TK 3D-Drawing, ...) could be not accessible atm. But inside the general functionality it should be the same.

 

BUT if a company is bigger than some CAD users (often the line is drawn at 20 +/- some) than Java OTK gets more expansive. AFAIK they overthink these problems but I think at the moment it should be like this.

 

Br,

Eike

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I heard that

 

Free Java OTK has same functionality as J-Link before (little bit more could be).

 

J OTK (licensed) and C++ OTK should be nearly same. Could be that some of the extra modules (License 222, e.g. TK 3D-Drawing, ...) could be not accessible atm. But inside the general functionality it should be the same.

 

BUT if a company is bigger than some CAD users (often the line is drawn at 20 +/- some) than Java OTK gets more expansive. AFAIK they overthink these problems but I think at the moment it should be like this.

 

Br,

Eike

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Thank you very much for your reply!

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