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can some one give the exact def of difference between c and c++

Computer Science
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http://zarrata.com/durofy/programming/10-major-differences-between-c-and-c/
Krace u r an answering machine for this computer science section......from Were did u get this much know-how....
@jithu1984:I am learning every day. . .I just share what i know,still a long way to go

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well , continue your good work.........
@jithu1984:You are Biology answering machine :)
C++ also has support for generic programming through the template system. You can use a single implementation with multiple data types: template class MyVector { public: // interface, implementation private: size_t size; size_t capacity; T* data; // T can be of any type }; Templates in C++ are one the language's most powerful and most difficult to learn systems. To me, it's one of the two biggest differences between C and C++. The other biggest difference is automatic resource management through the object system. Krace's article above summarizes many of the other differences between the two languages. :)

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