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comment Expanding on vendor software?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about determine the legality of a particular action which requires a lawyer to answer.
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comment Why Java is more demanded than C language?
@akashujjwal I know many places where C is optimal and many other places where Java or C# is optimal. Why would you expect to find someone using a less than optimal tool when others are easily available? Maybe it is just that there are more places where Java is a more optimal tool which would make it more in demand? There are also different job markets at work. Around me (industry, heavy machines, automation, parts of snow plows, embedded programming) you can about as easily find a C job as a Java job. That you don't see this isn't an indication that C isn't in demand.
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comment Why Java is more demanded than C language?
The linux kernel certainly isn't "school level". You may also find some interest in the area of embedded programming. You might want to consider asking yourself "What are C's strengths? Where is C in demand?" Just because you haven't looked in places where C is being used doesn't mean that its not in demand. Note that I said ask yourself, as I've asked it here, the question would not be a good fit for Stack Exchange either.
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