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Unread 01-07-2013, 12:24 PM   #11
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Re: difference between c and c++?

yes,both are compiled..but c++ are considered higher level to c

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Re: difference between c and c++?

of course you are right..c does not have class,objects and all
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Re: difference between c and c++?

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yes,both are compiled..but c++ are considered higher level to c
No, it's not considered higher level than C, because C++ has both low AND high level capabilities. So it lies in a similar category to C. C++ can make low level function calls just the same as C. But C++ CAN also do higher level stuff. But you are not forced to.

Think of it this way, C++ is a C with more features. It's as simple as that. That's how Bjarne Stroustrup pictured it (C with Classes (and a few extra features)).

And C does have objects, they are called structs.
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Re: difference between c and c++?

thats correct..what is really high level language means..which language comes under this category?
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thats correct..what is really high level language means..which language comes under this category?
A high level language is generally something interpreted, such as Python or PHP.

I don't know any compiled high level languages.

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