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difference between c and cpp

hi friends i want to know some meaningfull differences betwwen c and cpp????
can any give its answer????
Jun 29 '07 #1
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Meetee
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hi friends i want to know some meaningfull differences betwwen c and cpp????
can any give its answer????
Try to search on google!! U will find lots of sites related to this topic..

Main difference is C++ is object oriented language while C is not.
Jun 29 '07 #2
vinci
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hi there!


Zodilla58 is right! C++ was developed to answer the lack of features that was not available in C.. basically the not being object oriented of C...

but search the Net to get the most appropriate answer that would really answer questions in your mind... hehehe
Jun 29 '07 #3
Personally, I think the main difference between C and C++ is the '++'.

Ras.
Jun 29 '07 #4
r035198x
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Personally, I think the main difference between C and C++ is the '++'.

Ras.
What a brilliant observation!
Jun 29 '07 #5
seforo
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c means c and cpp means c plus plus
Jun 29 '07 #6
Meetee
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c means c and cpp means c plus plus
I think this thread is giving good entertainment!!
Jun 29 '07 #7
niskin
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I agree, fancy noticing the difference between C and C with a '++' on the end. Of course, that's the only difference... no actual difference in the language *cough*! This comment is not an insult to Rasputin as I am sure they are aware of the difference between C and C++.
Jun 29 '07 #8
poe
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C++ is in addition to C. You take a C program and compile it with a C++ compiler. The ++ is the ability to use objects instead of just structures (although you can use structures also). C++ includes the Standard Template Library which includes some commonly used data structures like lists, stacks, queues, and vectors.
Jun 29 '07 #9
I agree, fancy noticing the difference between C and C with a '++' on the end. Of course, that's the only difference... no actual difference in the language *cough*! This comment is not an insult to Rasputin as I am sure they are aware of the difference between C and C++.
This is a late reply, but I've been out of town for last 2 weeks. Anyway, just to say it's certainly good some times to put some humour in replies, and I'm obviously not taking personal negative answers to that.


Ras.
Jul 16 '07 #10
Hi,

C++ is an extension of C language.

General meaning of i++ is increment its value by one i.e., it should hold the previous value and add one to it. In the same manner C++ is nothing but "C with Classes" that is holding C features and adding Classes concept to it. The main features are

Data Abstraction
Data Encapuslation
Polymorphism
Inheritance and so on.

as the other guys said search on google you will find more intresting things to do.
Jul 16 '07 #11

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