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  Encyclopedia: C Plus Plus
5 C++ is not a superset of C
C++ supports this (via member functions and friend functions), but does not enforce it: the programmer can declare parts or all of the representation of a type to be public, and is also allowed to make public entities that are not part of the representation of the type.
C++ is mostly backward compatible with C, and C libraries (such as the operating system API) are usually directly accessible from C++.
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 C Plus Plus
The C++ standard library mostly forms a superset of the C standard library.
C++ implements encapsulation by allowing all members of a class to be declared as either public, private, or protected.
C++ compilers still struggle to support the entire C++ standard, especially in the area of templates — a part of the language that was more-or-less entirely conceived by the standards committee.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/c/c_/c_plus_plus_1.html   (2665 words)

  
 Comparison of Java to C Plus Plus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
C++ is normally compiled directly to machine code which is then executed directly by the operating system.
C++ is mostly backward compatible with C, and C libraries (such as the APIs of most operating systems) are usually directly accessible from C++.
C++ is generally more time and space efficient than Java, especially in digital signal processing and other low-level or arithmetic-heavy code.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Comparison_of_Java_to_Cplusplus   (1112 words)

  
 C Plus Plus at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
C++ introduces object-oriented features to C. It offers classes which cover the three essential object-oriented necessities: encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance.
C++ fulfills the requirement of encapsulation by allowing all members of a class to be declared as either private, public, or protected.
C++ still lacks a standard for name decoration, making object code produced by different compilers incompatible.
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 Encyclopedia article on C Plus Plus [EncycloZine]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
It is important to realize that there is no more any language called C++; the term C++ denotes a family of related languages, each usually a slightly incompatible superset of a previously defined one.
A very common source of confusion is a subtle terminology issue: because of its derivation from C, in C++ the term object means memory area, just like in C, and not class instance, which is what it means in most other object oriented languages.
In The Design and Evolution of C++ ISBN 0201543303, Bjarne Stroustrup describes some rules that he uses for the design of C++.
encyclozine.com /C_Plus_Plus   (3687 words)

  
 Info and facts on 'C plus plus builder'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
C++Builder is a popular RAD (Rapid application development (additional info and facts about Rapid application development)) environment produced by Borland (additional info and facts about Borland) for writing programs in the C++ programming language (additional info and facts about C++ programming language).
It bears close resemblance to Delphi (An ancient Greek city on the slopes of Mount Parnassus; site of the Temple of Apollo), and as a result many consider it to be a C++ version of Delphi.
Because of lack of commercial success with C++BuilderX the company announced (end of 2004) resurrection of C++ Builder as part of next Delphi (An ancient Greek city on the slopes of Mount Parnassus; site of the Temple of Apollo) suite.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/c/c_plus_plus_builder.htm   (272 words)

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