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Difference between C & C++ ?

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Asked by ketharanathan, 01 Nov '07 01:22 am
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C++ if Object oriented programming language and c is a procedural language.......
actually a OOP languages are good than a predural one cause of reusability of code(INHERITENCE), more secure cause of binding wrapping of data and methods that manupulate the data so unaccessible to outer world(Abstraction(Classes)),more handy cause of polymorphism(one name many functions) .........
above are the three paradism of any OOP......there is so much to tell obout not possible to write here.....so in broad the main n only diff. is one is OOP()object oriented programming) language and other is procedural(means execution is in sequential fashion).............!
Answered by Shashank Singh, 01 Nov '07 01:56 am

 
  
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I don't know. May be C++ has Object Oriented Programming (OOP) while C does not. C++ is like a link between C and JAVA. In C, we have pointers. In C++, we have both pointers and a new feature OOPS. In JAVA, we have only OOPS and no pointers and so JAVA is more secure. I am not a software guy. So my knowledge ends here.
Answered by Krishna M Kota, 01 Nov '07 01:49 am

 
  
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C++ is the successor of C
and has object orientation as the main funda
Answered by sap pristine, 01 Nov '07 07:08 am

 
  
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Answered by Rajneesh Mengi, 01 Nov '07 01:46 am

 
  
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C++ is the upgraded or higher version of C.
Answered by varughese george, 01 Nov '07 01:27 am

 
  
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If it is for taking a course, the best choice is Java, because it is independent of the Operating system...
And when you actually have in your studies/college/ institute only a choice between C and C++ go for C++ as it has more features and more flexibility.
As long as you haven't learned programming language you won't understand Shashank singh and Krishna M Kota, and if you learned you wouldn't ask the question: you would know!!!!!
Answered by Carol Vandecasteele, 01 Nov '07 03:51 am

 
  
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I dont know
Answered by Shikha, 01 Nov '07 01:25 am

 
  
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