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HI...This may sound offtrack to this groups..but his is related to
this group only..
Can anyone tell me the difference between C and C++...
besides object oriented and all that..
In indian companies this question is asked several times..but I don't
know the exact answer...

Jun 18 '07 #1
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"Shraddha" writes:
HI...This may sound offtrack to this groups..but his is related to
this group only..
Can anyone tell me the difference between C and C++...
besides object oriented and all that..
In indian companies this question is asked several times..but I don't
know the exact answer...
I'm quite sure the answer can be found starting here. Even if you don't
find the nice concise answer they want, you are almost certain to learn
something interesting or something of value, maybe even both. "All that"
pretty well destroys the validity of any answer, anyway.

http://www.research.att.com/~bs/homepage.html
Jun 19 '07 #2

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On Jun 19, 8:45 am, Shraddha <shraddhajosh...@gmail.comwrote:
HI...This may sound offtrack to this groups..but his is related to
this group only..
Can anyone tell me the difference between C and C++...
besides object oriented and all that..
In indian companies this question is asked several times..but I don't
know the exact answer...
Object oriented extention is not a simple thing, but a simple way to
express complex problems.
the most powerful features of C++ it it's object oriented
capabilities, low level programming as we do in C (using assembly
language), and it's most powerful STL library. using the powerful
language features you can see a wide variety of things implemented in
boost library. check http://boost.org/

Jun 19 '07 #3

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Shraddha <sh*************@gmail.comwrote:
HI...This may sound offtrack to this groups..but his is related to
this group only..
Can anyone tell me the difference between C and C++...
besides object oriented and all that..
In indian companies this question is asked several times..but I don't
know the exact answer...
This page hasn't been updated in several years, but here is a list of
some incompatibilites between C and C++:

http://david.tribble.com/text/cdiffs.htm

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Marcus Kwok
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Jun 19 '07 #4

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