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  C plus plus:Modern C plus plus:Appendices:Casts - GPWiki
C++ introduced const, which is a very powerful tool for avoiding programmer logic and design errors.
Using C++ casts will make it clearer what your intention is for a cast and force you to think about and understand why the types don't match, which are both good things.
In fact, C-style cast is defined by the C++ Standard simply as the first cast to succeed in an increasingly-unsafe sequence of C++ casts.
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  C++ - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
This is partly because the C++ grammar is not LALR(1).
C++ is sometimes compared unfavorably with single-paradigm object-oriented languages such as Java, on the basis that it allows programmers to "mix and match" object-oriented and procedural programming, rather than strictly enforcing a single paradigm.
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 C plus plus - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
5 C++ is not a superset of C
C++ also performs more type checking than C in several cases.
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.
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 C Plus Plus
The C++ standard library mostly forms a superset of the C standard library.
C++ introduces object-oriented features to C. It offers classes which provide the three essential object-oriented necessities: encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance.
The C++ standard does not cover implementation of name decoration, exception handling, and other implementation-specific features, making object code produced by different compilers incompatible; there are, however, 3rd-party standards for particular machines or OSs which attempt to standardise compilers on those platforms, for example [1].
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 Chistory
C came into being in the years 1969-1973, in parallel with the early development of the Unix operating system; the most creative period occurred during 1972.
Finally, the incipient use of C in projects subject to commercial and government contract meant that the imprimatur of an official standard was important.
In particular, the C standard did not attempt to specify formally the language semantics, and so there can be dispute over fine points; nevertheless, it successfully accounted for changes in usage since the original description, and is sufficiently precise to base implementations on it.
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