What Is Difference Between C And C++?


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Florio Potter answered

The major difference between C and C++ is that C is a procedural programming language and does not support classes and objects, while C++ is a combination of both procedural and object oriented programming language; therefore C++ can be called a hybrid language.

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Suhail Ajmal answered
C++ language is derived from C language. The basic difference is that C is structured language whereas C++ is object oriented language. In C++ you can use classes and inheritance etc which makes it a great language to write operating systems.
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Anonymous commented
Mr Zuhail It is the process of C languages contains only few device and were as C++ helps in and it various configeration when compared to C and it the fastest among the C
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Anonymous answered
A C alnguage is discoverd by Dennis  Ritchi at At Bell labs and C is the programing languges whaich is used every where and it is the basic language


A Small History about Dennis M ritchi


Dennis MacAlistair RitchieBorn September 9, 1941  (age 68)

Bronxville, New YorkFields Computer ScienceInstitutions Lucent Technologies

Bell LabsKnown for ALTRAN






Notable awards Turing Award

National Medal of Technology

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ch ch answered
C is a structured programming language i.e, program is divided into parts called functions. Emphasis is only on functions(problem solving).Data can move from one function to another. So data moves freely . Security is less.  C++ is a object oriented programming language . In object oriented programming, emphasis is on data rather than code.Data is not allowed  to move freely so security is more.    C++ is a super set of C i.e, programs written in C are executed using c++ compiler. C++ provides additional features such as  1.classes & objects  2.Inheritnce  3.Polymorphism (operator & function overloading)  4. Templates  5.exception handling  etc....
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Anonymous answered
It depends what context you mean. C++ is generally larger, bigger or better than c.

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