It depends on what you are wanting to do. C is a very powerful and fast language. Visual C provides the same capabilities but also gives you built in functionality to easily create a GUI. If you don't need the GUI, conventional C is just as good.
VC++ is Microsoft's implementation of C++.
MSVC++ is primarily used for Windows development, but includes all of standard C++. The language is simply extended to cater for Windows programming.
the difference is that c plus is better because you get big grades
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C++ is simply a specification of the language while VC++ is a specific implementation of the language that should follow the specification but doesn't. The differences are relatively minor, but can cause problems porting code between compilers. Implementations that follow the specification are generally considered better as they are more compliant with each other. However, if all you want to do is write Windows programs, VC++ is as good a choice as any.
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.
What is the difference between a C; and an S?
The question is similar to : What is the Difference between "English" and "Talking in English" "C" is a Language. "C Programming" is a verbal usage
Forget about major. There is not even minor difference between C and C
(vc)3 + orange = vitamin c that is the symbol.
i need to know the difference between class c and d felonies please
The main difference is in between grade A,B & C IS THE CARBON CONTAIN OF THE MATERIALS.
It is something like the difference between banana and berries.
There is no objects in C.
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This is the difference between single and triple:- single: only one bond, C-C.- triple: three bonds, Câ‰¡C.
the answer is 304C