7th December 2019

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Is there a lot of difference between C and C++?

Simply speaking, C++ is object oriented (so, for examples, you have classes), C is not. C++ has a boolean type C89 doesn't. They are different languages. They just share most of the syntax.

Also know, what is the C or C++?

C++, pronounced "C plus plus," is a programming language that was built off the C language. The syntax of C++ is nearly identical to C, but it has object-oriented features, which allow the programmer to create objects within the code.

What is the C and C ++?

In C (because it is a procedural programming language), data and functions are separate and free entities. In C++ (when it is used as object oriented programming language), data and functions are encapsulated together in form of an object. For creating objects class provides a blueprint of structure of the object.
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