Originally Posted by Zhivago
With a line such as this, I trust you are misinformed about C, C++, or both.
Granted, if you (mis)-used C++ by treating it as basically a "better C" there might not be a great deal of difference at the surface, but you are failing to really exploit the true power of C++ (its object-oriented facilities).
Lets go with misinformed, or forgot that bit from classes. No OO verse OO is a BIG difference, your right. Even still, few people have a reason to use straight C unless they are doing EE stuff... unless you are some sort of purist.
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