Why c++ is called c++ and not c+?

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / pradeep

C++ comes from the ++ operator
+++ operator is used to increment the value by 1. The
developers added some new features to c and named it C++.

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / kiran kumar yakkala

we have already C,
there are some programming languages which offer object
orientation before c++.
designers implemented C language with OOPS concept.
means c++ is nothing but C + 1 feature(OOPS), in C++
environment c++ means c+1. so thats why they named only C++.

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / rajesh,final year.

In c language increment
by 1 is denoted by ++
operator. Hence
development in c is
denoted by c++

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / pavan kumar

The developer Bjarne Stroustrap called it first as
" C with Classes " and later in the year 1983, they changed
the name to " C++" finally.....

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / m abu bakar younas

C++ is called C++ because in C++, ++ is a short hand for adding 1 to a number in programming.It was basically C language.Due to some new feature, its call C++.

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / prashant k s gautam

C++ (pronounced see plus plus) is a statically typed,
free-form, multi-paradigm, compiled, general-purpose
programming language. It is regarded as a "middle-level"
language, as it comprises a combination of both high-level
and low-level language features. It was developed by Bjarne
Stroustrup starting in 1979 at Bell Labs as an enhancement
to the C programming language and originally named C with
Classes. It was renamed C++ in 1983.

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / hasib

C is based program . The computer only know binary number (0s and 1s)
That is why identifiers not to give one digits , he give two digits follow binary number c++.

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / pavan kumar

This is of because C was developed into C++ in two stages...
so,
the developers were fisrt named as C+ and later it was
finalasied as C++
Thank you....
P@1

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Why c++ is called c++ and not c+? ..

Answer / jatinder pal

because it has more hadder file and it also performs more
functions compare to the c?
its not acc to feature but it refers to the developer name?

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