The C and C Programming languages are one and the same. There is no difference between those languages.
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C is a programming language. A shell is an interface.
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The C and C++ languages are, at their core, very similar. C++ adds Object Oriented Programming, and several other enhancements, to the C language.
Unix is an operating system, and C is a programming language. It just so happens that Unix is written in the C language...
turbo c is a compiler and c++ is a programming language.
"C" is a structured programming language, function based, simple and compact. C++ is an object oriented programming language, but many people just use it as a "better C".
Actually simply speaking dos is an operating system. where as c is a programming language used to develop different applications.
java is an advanced object oriented programming language than c++
The programming language: Visual Basic is a BASIC-like (or BASIC-derived) language, Visual C is... well C.
in programming language we could write the code in java,c ,c++, the output will display on the prompt...but in HTML we could write the code in HTML , the output will display in internet explorer