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C is C and ANSI C is ANSI C the best definition for all time.

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C and C++ are different programming languages, ANSI C is a standardized version of C.


C is a programming language and ANSI is the standardization committee. The C language is under the auspices of the ANSI committee, which monitors the grammar and structure of the language in a standard way that compiler writers must adhere to. ANSI C means that it is a standardized version of the C language according to the rules of the committee and should work/compile the same way on any system that uses an ANSI C compliant compiler.


Turbo C is an earlier C compiler from Borland. ANSI C is the standard for the C programming language. Therefore, the two are different by definition - Turbo C is a computer program, and ANSI C is a specification for a computer program, which can be implemented in various ways. If we rephrase the question as "what are the difference between the C versions as depicted in the ANSI standard and as implemented in Turbo C?" I would say that most are PC-specific such as the use of far pointers.


ANSI C is an International Standard for C Language. Turbo C is a compiler provided by Borland Corp for ANSI C. It extends ANSI C with its own libraries ex: conio.h etc. Turbo C has an IDE where you code your C Program easily.


The main difference is that C++ supports object-oriented programming (OOP) while ANSI C does not. Although C++ fully supports ANSI C, you do not need to know any ANSI C to learn C++. They are in fact two separate disciplines. While a C++ programmer can quite easily use ANSI C when it is appropriate to do so, it is not quite so simple the other way around, unless you are familiar with the principals of OOP. The flexibility of C++ is such that you can pick and choose whether to use OOP or use more traditional ANSI C methods, or mix both. Structures and procedural programming are common to both, with only slight differences in syntax, but code re-usability is more easily attained with OOP and is generally much easier to work with.


Yes, if you have an ANSI C++ compiler. Most modern compilers are ANSI, and are capable of suppressing non-ANSI code, using a compiler option.


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The latest ANSI standard is C99. See the attached link.


Primarily to add object-oriented programming to the ANSI C language. C++ literally means the successor to C, and was originally developed as an extension to ANSI C called 'C with Classes', which later became a language in its own right, renamed C++. It still inherits from ANSI C, with some minor differences primarily to conform with OOP principals, but you can choose to use ANSI C or C++, or a mixture of both, even in the same program.


The latest version is the ANSI C


The difference between C and the advanced C is that C is basic. On the other hand, the advanced C is thorough and to the detail.


The C and C programming languages are one and the same. There is no difference between those languages.


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Each ANSI C yields two ANSI As. Therefore, 20. Please see the link.


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ansi C is platform independent and does not provide any hardware functions. Hardware functions are found in non ansi library's usually provided by the compiler manufacturer.


Forget about major. There is not even minor difference between C and C


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It is something like the difference between banana and berries.



This is the difference between single and triple:- single: only one bond, C-C.- triple: three bonds, C≡C.


Any C++ compiler must also be able to compile C. It is a requirement in the ANSI standard.



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