Mahesh Chand
What is difference between C++ and C#
Posted by Mahesh Chand in C# Language on Mar 04, 2013
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Posted by vivek upadhyay on Jan 23, 2014
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C++ supports multiple inheritance bt in C# this will achive by interface.
C++ have no primitive data types bt C# have primitive data types

Posted by vivek upadhyay on Jan 23, 2014
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yes

Posted by Psuedon Y'Mous on Jun 06, 2013
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C# is Microsoft crap. Plain and simple.

C++ is intentionally a multi-paradigm language. Those that compare it to other languages complaining about the complexity and large feature set are correct to do so. Those that complain that it allows you to mix declarative, functional, generic, modular, and procedural programming styles with object-oriented programming are not.

Posted by satyaprakash samantaray on May 30, 2013
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C++ WAS DEVELOPED BY ONE MAN ARMY:Bjarne Stroustrup

C# DEVELOPED BY Anders Hejlsberg

Posted by satyaprakash samantaray on May 30, 2013
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C++ WAS DEVELOPED BY ONE MAN ARMY:Bjarne Stroustrup

C# DEVELOPED BY Anders Hejlsberg

Posted by Sunny Kumar on May 21, 2013
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In C# there are no global functions. Everything is a class. C# class libraries are like Java Packages, not like the C++ Standard Libraries. The C# object model is very different from the C++ object model. C# supports only single inheritence of implementation, but multiple inheritance of interfaces. C# does not support use of pointers, only references, except in “unsafe” code. Use of a C# variable before initialization is a compile-time error. All memory allocations are subject to garbage collection – you don't call delete.

Posted by bharti karn on Apr 15, 2013
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C++ is regarded as a mid-level language. This indicates that C++ comprises a combination of both high-level and low-level language features. C# is designed specifically to work with the .Net and is geared to the modern environment of Windows and mouse-controlled user interface, networks and the internet.

Posted by bharti karn on Apr 15, 2013
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C++ is regarded as a mid-level language. This indicates that C++ comprises a combination of both high-level and low-level language features. C# is designed specifically to work with the .Net and is geared to the modern environment of Windows and mouse-controlled user interface, networks and the internet.

Posted by shekhar kumar on Apr 01, 2013
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1. c# = c# is a purely object orient language.
1.c++ = c++ is a procedural language and object oriented language.not purely object oriented language.

2.c# = c# doesn't support multiple inheritance.
2.c++ = c++ support multiple inheritance.




Posted by shekhar kumar on Apr 01, 2013
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1. c# = c# is a purely object orient language.
1.c++ = c++ is a procedural language and object oriented language.not purely object oriented language.

2.c# = c# doesn't support multiple inheritance.
2.c++ = c++ support multiple inheritance.




Posted by ArunKumar Yalamarthy on Mar 31, 2013
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C# is a new/modern language compared to C++ and is much more propgrammer friendly

1. automatic memory management removes headachess of allocation/deallocation of memory and memory leaks.

2.Reflection : not sure if this is is possible in C++ atleast not as easily as in C#

3.Threading and asynchrnous calls are easy.

but obviously C++ is powerful, accessing raw memory gives you complete control over performance and other issues as long as well coded.

Posted by Praneet Rane on Mar 20, 2013
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Comparison between C++ and C# :http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/yyaad03b%28v=vs.71%29.aspx

Posted by Sam Hobbs on Mar 18, 2013
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C++ was designed and implemented by Bjarne Stroustrup, as Mahesh said. He joined the Computer Science Research Center of Bell Telephone Laboratories in New Jersey in 1979. Bell laboratories is where Unix and the C language was developed. Bjarne Stroustrup's homepage is at: http://www.stroustrup.com.

Posted by satya on Mar 18, 2013
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in C++ multiple inheritance can be implemented where as in c# we cant but by using interfaces

Posted by satya on Mar 18, 2013
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in C++ multiple inheritance can be implemented where as in c# we cant but by using interfaces

Posted by Vidya Vrat Agarwal on Mar 12, 2013
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Here is a post from my blog: http://dotnetpassion.blogspot.in/2004/09/top-ten-traps-in-c-for-c-programmers.html

Posted by Mahesh Chand on Mar 05, 2013
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Here is an article
http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/uploadfile/gtomar/difference-between-cpp-and-C-Sharp/

Posted by Mahesh Chand on Mar 04, 2013
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I am seeing this question being searched a lot. So, let me start
saying this – These are two different programming languages to write software.



While C++ is an older language, C# is fairly new. C++ was created
by Bjarne Stroustrup, a Danish and British trained computer scientist in 1979. Lean
more about C++ here >
 



C# is more modern programming language created by Microsoft in
1999 and later was adopted as the primary language for the .NET Framework. Here
are more details about
C# >


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