Difference between Java and C#
Java is programming language that designed to execute on the Java platform (Java Runtime Environment (JRE)).
The runtime environment includes the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) as well as a common set of libraries.
C# is designed to execute on the Common Language Runtime (CLR).
C# allows the programmer to create user-defined value types, using the struct keyword.
C# allows use of pointers and corresponding pointer arithmetic Enumerations in C# are derived from a primitive integer type (8, 16, 32, or 64 bit) Enumerations in Java, on the other hand, are full objects