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    Thinking about switching to java should i?

    Im useing python and im thinking about switching to java for multiple form. But i need to know if it so ports the game im trying to make. can someone let me know if i should stick with python or move to java for the kind of game i would like to make.

    -A turn based rpg
    -Online capabilities
    -Isometric angle

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    By your description it is not clear what is your task at all and what are points with which you stuck.

    Switching to java will be of benefit only if you know java better then python. Both systems allow do almost anything, but in different ways (sometimes slightly different, sometimes totally different). In both languages you will not find anything like:
    Code:
    import rpg
    import fun
    
    myRpg = new RpgGame();
    myRpg.start()
    fun.have()
    And if you have already part of the job done, then there are far fewer reasons for switching anyway.


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