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

The C and C++ languages are, at their core, very similar. C++ adds Object Oriented Programming, and several other enhancements, to the C language.

Well, C and C++ are programming languages, while C-- is not.

turbo is word to do the programming language in c & c++ and i do no about borland

turbo c is a compiler and c++ is a programming language.

C is a programming language. A shell is an interface.

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

CA is an abbreviation for chartered accountant (Ca is the chemical symbol for calcium, which is an element). C++ is a programming language. If you actually meant what is the difference between C and C++ programming languages, then the main difference is that C++ incorporates object-oriented programming whereas C does not. Otherwise both languages are largely the same, insofar as most C programs will compile under C++ with relatively minor modification. is website programming is windows forms programming the visual basic language is windows forms programming in c# language

C is procedural based programming while C++ is extension of C and it follows object oriented technique

Java doesn't have pointers. C++ has pointers.

C is a procedure oriented programming and C++ is a object oriented programming.C++ is a superset of C.

"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".

C is a programming language, oops is what you say when you realize you were wrong in something. Note: Some programming languages are known as object-orient languages, C is not one of them, but some derivatives of it (C++, C#, Java) are.

C++ allows you to mix object oriented programming with generic programming and C-style programming. C has none of these features. C-style programming and C programming are broadly similar, with only minor differences, most of which are irrelevant. As such, it is very rarely necessary to use a lower-level language than C++. The static type system in C is inherently weak; filled with loopholes and inconsistencies. C++ is much more robust by comparison.

The biggest difference is in the approach with which programming is done. In c u do top-down programming whereas in c++ u do bottom-up. In c++ the basic thing with which we work is object whereas in c++ we work around functions only. That is c++ follows OOP while c doesnt.

Actually simply speaking dos is an operating system. where as c is a programming language used to develop different applications.

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java is an advanced object oriented programming language than c++

The fundamental difference is that in C++ object-oriented programming (OOP) was added. C is a procedural language (that means. top-down structure design), where as C++, which is an extension of C itself, is an object oriented language.

C is not an object oriented programming language. You probably meant C++. A class is a type. An object is an instance of a class.

Unix is an operating system, and C is a programming language. It just so happens that Unix is written in the C language...

C is a programming language and Linux is an operating system. They are closely related; Linux - and most Linux applications - is written in C, or C based languages.

C++ is the next generation of C. In fact, it is no accident that the increment operator (++) was used in the language name C++. The primary difference between C and C++ is the built in support for classes, including derivation, polymorphism, inheritance, encapsulation, etc.

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