February 21, 2014Re: C++
"rebeka100019" wrote: >Hi every one,Can any one tell me the difference between C and C++.. C++ - C = ++ - Heinz
March 19, 2015Re: C++
Posted in reply to Heinz Saathoff
On Friday, 21 February 2014 at 11:52:57 UTC, Heinz Saathoff wrote: > "rebeka100019" wrote: > >>Hi every one,Can any one tell me the difference between C and C++.. > > C++ - C = ++ > > > - Heinz Hi, Difference between C and C++ langauage is as below, C++ is derived from C Language. It is a Superset of C. Earlier C++ was known as C with classes. In C++, the major change was the addition of classes and a mechanism for inheriting class objects into other classes. Most C Programs can be compiled in C++ compiler. C++ expressions are the same as C expressions. All C operators are valid in C++.
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