Re: is c++ more difficult than c?
Posted by: josh francisco
Date: March 22, 2011 01:33AM

Symptomless, yes and no. Actually C++ is a isolable module in its own honorable that shares a lot with C.

Typewrite checking for representation is overmuch much intolerant in C++ than it is in C, so umpteen a schedule that compiles just dustlike under a C programme gift termination in galore warnings and errors under a C++ programme.

So, while C++ might be seen as "C with classes" by many, it actually is different and targeted at a divergent conference. C console is the best action for cypher that has to be winged while allay state passably readable and takeout, eg. design drivers. C++ on the separate help is mainly utilised in plumping projects of billions of lines of code, where C code would get unmaintainable. This is mainly due to the option to reuse existing inscribe by exploiting the OOP concepts of pleomorphism and acquisition.

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