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Answer / srinath
C : is the Structured Based Programming language
C++ : is the Object oriented programming language
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Answer / ramya.p
In c++, function can call through object except friend
function . But in c ,their is necessary
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Answer / jaz
C++ is not an object based language. It is an object
oriented language. An object based language + Inheritance +
polymorphism makes a language object oriented.
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Answer / sindhu
In C++, data and functions are related to each other.
And data hiding is possible in C++ using access specifiers.
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Answer / krishnaveni
In C, emphasis is given to code rather than data. That is,
Code controlling access to data".
In C++, emphasis is given to data. That is, "Data
controlling access to code"
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Answer / sachin sonawane
1. C follows the procedural programming paradigm while C++ is a multi-paradigm language(procedural as well as object oriented)
2. In case of C, the data is not secured while the data is secured(hidden) in C++
3. C is a low-level language while C++ is a middle-level language (Relatively, Please see the discussion at the end of the post)
4. C uses the top-down approach while C++ uses the bottom-up approach
5. C is function-driven while C++ is object-driven
6. C++ supports function overloading while C does not
7. We can use functions inside structures in C++ but not in C.
8. The NAMESPACE feature in C++ is absent in case of C
9. The standard input & output functions differ in the two languages
10. C++ allows the use of reference variables while C does not
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Answer / hardik
C++ is simply an advanced version of C as name itself
indicates.. However, nodoubt, C++ is object based
programming however C is procedure based...
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Answer / sharad
c is structured programming language, but c++ is object
oriented language.c support the local variable but c++
support the global variable through (sro).in c change the
constant value through pointer but not in c++. in c declare
the method before executable statement but in c++ declare
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Answer / dips
everything is C ,c++ is only a easier way to handle C,we
have to write some codes to get C++ from C ,i just want to
say that some codes are already written and those are made
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If P is the population on the first day of the year, B is the birth rate, and D is the death rate, the estimated population at the end of the year is given by the formula: The population growth rate is given by the formula: B – D Write a program that prompts the user to enter the starting population, birth and death rates, and n, the number of years. The program should then calculate and print the estimated population after n years. Your program must have at least the following functions: 1. growthRate: This function takes its parameters the birth and death rates, and it returns the population growth rate. 2. estimatedPopulation: This function takes its parameters the current population, population growth rate, and n, the number of years. It returns the estimated population after n years Your program should not accept a negative birth rate, negative death rate, or a population less than 2.