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C and C++

Discussion in 'C++' started by pramodets, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. pramodets

    pramodets Banned

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    Hi,
    C and C++ both are programming language.
    C++ have OOPs concept.
    In this time many easy language is available so why programmer will use C or C++.

    Why both language are available in IT market.
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    I am yet to see a substitute of what C and C++ can do by those easy languages.
     
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    exactly as shabbir said
    you cannot make a kernel with those easy ones
    because simply the easier ones depend on the harder c/c++ to run on it :D

    if you are speaking about the funtionalities, of course languages like java are easier in use and manipulate,m yet you cannot comman java to do everything as c/c++ would do to you

    dont except the world to remove c langs in the recent future
     
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    every easy language available today are build from c/c++.
     
  5. xpi0t0s

    xpi0t0s Mentor

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    Different languages are simply different tools in a programmer's toolbox. Just as a mechanic has different sized spanners, so a programmer has different languages. It's like asking a mechanic who has an adjustable spanner why he needs all the other ones - to some extent he won't, but there will be situations when an adjustable spanner adjusted to 13mm won't do the same as a 13mm fixed size spanner. If the "easy languages" suit your needs, then use one of those. Probably 90% of any application could be written in Basic of some kind, with the remaining 10% written in optimised C or C++ for speed. C and C++ are both complex to learn and if you find Basic easy to use and fits (most of) your needs, then you should learn Basic.
     

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