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Hello, I am currently learning to code C# at school, but I got very sad when I knew that C# only works for Mac. I want to develop some simple applications to run in your computer.
Which code language can be used for both Mac and Windows?
If Java is the one, is there any interface that lets me drag and drop like the Visual C# and Visual Basic? If not, there's no problem, I would learn to code everything.
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