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  1. C++ vs C# Performance

    Hi, I would like to ask you about performance for c++ vs c# solutions for heavy scenes. Do you have ones ? It is much difference ? Best, Jan
  2. diffrence between C# and C++ on programming ?

    hey everybody , i`m an indie game developer and i been working with unity engine and c# for about 4 years. and i have good understanding of c# and it`s related API. but when i`m migrated to Unigine i find out that it`s support both C# and C++ and apart from they`re differences on syntax or structure or memory and thread management is there any differences on using each one on Unigine? i mean differences on performances does using C++ on unigine makes our game better and faster ? or something else ? any quote will be so appreciated .... thanks
  3. Hi guys, I want to store object/instance of an "AmbientSource" Class on CPP side to track all objects on CPP side. We are saving all objects/instances of "Node" class on CPP side using "Unigine::Variable", is it possible to use same for "AmbientSource" Class ? Thanks rakeshj.
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