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Question
What is the difference between the C & C++?
 Question Submitted By :: OOPS
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Answer
# 1
c++ is an object oriented language
where as c is not.c++ we can use class which is used to
reduce lines of code in a program
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    16 Yes 2 No
Sudha
 
Answer
# 2
C C++

1.The execution of 'c The execution of c++ program is
program is top to bottom bottom to top approach.
approach.

2.Implementation of complex It is easy.
program is difficult.

3.Middle level language. It is hybrid language.

4.Every cycle changes not Possible in c++
possible in 'c'.

5.Less security for data More security for ddata
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    16 Yes 4 No
Rajeswari.v
 
 
 
Answer
# 3
c is a procedure oriented language where as c++ is a object oriented language. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    14 Yes 2 No
Srikanth
 
Answer
# 4
c c++
c is procedure oriented
language c++ object oriented language

C is top to down approach C++ is bottom up approach

C doesnot supports
functionoverloading C++ supports

C is not more secure
C++ is more secure because
of encapulation
C does not related to whole
world entity
C++ relates whole world
entity
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 1 No
Keerthi
 
Answer
# 5
The c is purely procedure The c++ is purely object
oriented programming
language
oriented progeaming
language


This is the main difference between these 2
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 2 No
Mangal
 
Answer
# 6
.In c more emphasis is given on procedure,but in c++ more
emphasis is given on data rather than procedure.
.In c the large program is divided into number of smaller
programs called modules,where as in c++ the program is
divided into objects.
 
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Asha
 
Answer
# 7
c is procedure oriented programming language whereas c++ is
a object oriented language.
 
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Guest
 
Answer
# 8
C C++


it is pop it is oop

in c,we caanot use class in c++,we can use class
to create to create programs.
programs.

c dont hav bool data it has bool datatype.
datatype.
 
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Keerthana
 
Answer
# 9
c is structered lang,c++ is oo lang.
poiter use in c++ but does not use in c
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 5 No
Tcs
 

 
 
 
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why destructor is not over loaded?   5
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