#define is a preprocessor directive used to declare macros. typedef is a C++ keyword to define a data type.
Use "typedef" : both in C and C++.
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what is the difference between message passing and dynamic binding
There are no such terms in C++.
VC++ is Microsoft's implementation of C++.
There is no difference. Both statements are invalid.
Everything. Actually, there is no similarity between the two.
They have different names
There is no difference; to define an object in C++ you use the 'class' definition