C++ Primer For Java Programmers


A C++ Primer for Java Programmers

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The C++ programming language was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup at Bell Labs in 1986. It is a superset of the C language in that it contains the complete syntax and semantics of C with the addition of syntax for Object-Oriented Programming and minor improvements. An ISO standard for C++ was released in 1998.

The Java language is based on the C++ language, thus much of the basic syntax is the same. There are some minor syntatical differences between the two languages, but the biggest differences include memory managment and program compilation. This primer presents the basics of the C++ language from the perspective of a Java programmer.


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