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Dear All,

I am a beginer in c++ programming. I can't clearly mark out the difference in problem solving approach between c and c++. Can you help me?
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by:makerp
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the main difference is C is procedural and C++ exposes something called a class which allows you to encapsulate your data etc and provide classes which map onto objects that make up you problem. C++ exposes what is known as object orientated programming.
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by:forza
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C++ implements the Object Oriented Design approach...
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by:forza
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I very much recommend using the Object Oriented way of thinking right from the start if you're a beginner. It will help you design your programs in an easy way.
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by:jasonclarke
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Its all about OO (at least probably) as the others said.  Try looking at:

http://www.cetus-links.org/oo_infos.html

some of the links in the Start Here section will probably of most use.

(It is worth pointing out, however, that C++ is not just an OO language, strictly speaking it supports OO programming.  You can, if you choose, do generic programming, or procedural programming (like C) with C++).
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Hi All,
  jasonclarke : I found the link very useful.
  Thanks a lot to all.  
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So, in that case I will answer (see comments above).
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