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Nov 30, 2013

What is the difference between C and C++?

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    Nov 30, 2013

    There are several differences between C and C++, some of them are mentioned below: < C is a procedural language made in 1972. < C is a very basic programming language whereas C++ is an extended version of C. < C++ is the object oriented version of the language that is used commonly today i.e. C#. < C# is the newest software and toolset that uses the C++ code. < Turbo C++ is a quick set autofill version of C++.

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    Nov 30, 2013

    Both C and C++ are the programming languages that are used to develop various softwares and programs. There are many differences between these two languages and some of them are given below : >> C++ is derived from the language C and earlier it was commonly known as "C with classes". >> In C language, emphasis has been given on procedure of the program, however C++ focuses more on data rather than the process. >> The data are more secure in the C++ language as it has some specific OOPS features like Data Hiding. >> The C is a function driven language where as C++ is an object oriented language. >> The language C doesn't support features like exception Handling and Overloading while they are supported by C++.

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