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History of C++ & Advantages & Disadvantages

C++ History

  • An object oriented programming language
  • Initially named C with classes
  • Developed by Bjourne stroustrip
  • Renamed as c++ in 1983
  • The idea comes from C statement operator +*
  • IS a superset of C

Advantages of C++

  • Object oriented
  • Portable language (writing a program irrespective of operating system as well as Hardware)
  • Low level language like Assembly language on Machine language called portable.


  • Portability allows to develop program irrespective of hardware
  • It allows to move the program develop for one platform to another platform
  • C compatible (COMP) : Programs developed in ‘C’ language can be moved without any modifications into C++
  • C++ is an object oriented embedded language which is having the characteristics of low level language & which is also developing the embedded software.

Which language having low level features


  • it have no security
  • C++ has a bootable, yes c++ is a bootable

What is the difference between C & C++ ?

It is a structured programming language.It is an object oriented programming language
It does not have inline functionIt support inline function
It does not support functions with default arguments.It support() with default arguments
It does not have exception handingIt support exception handling
It does not support generic programmingIt support generic programming
It having pointersIt having pointer & and references.
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