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    What is the Difference between C++ and .NET??

    what is the difference between c++ and .NET?


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    Re: What is the Difference between C++ and .NET??

    This is a little like asking what the difference between a motorcycle and road. C++ is a programming language. .NET is platform and it sets limits on what a programing language can do. You may also think of .NET as a programming language because all code that runs on the .NET platform has to be translated into a .NET language first.

    There is a C++.NET but not all features of the C++ language are supported. Not all C++ can be directly translated into the language of .NET. There are also additions the C++ because C++ does not offer all that .NET offers.


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    Re: What is the Difference between C++ and .NET??

    Your question is too theoritical and out of scopr to be duscissed in this forum. Please refer internet or some good book for understanding about c++ and .NET


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    Re: What is the Difference between C++ and .NET??

    what is difference between static variable and instance variable


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    Re: What is the Difference between C++ and .NET??

    Quote Originally Posted by kaliswaranbsc View Post
    what is the difference between c++ and .NET?
    depends whether (1) you like to code with no framework and just stdio.h, or (2) you just wanna code using MFC 4.2, or (3) you just wanna try to figure out C++ with ATL templates, ... or (4) you just wanna forget every old way and just use .NET framework which does wonderful stuff with exception handling and working across languages based on MSIL, plus the option of working with Managed C++, so you won't have to write your garbage collector from scratch. Choices, choices.


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