<stdio.h> and <iostream.h>

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    Question <stdio.h> and <iostream.h>

    I have 2 questions.

    1. EXE from <iostream.h> is much bigger than <stdio.h>. I wish to know which one work faster?

    2. I was told that many OS produced with C++. I want to know which C++ compilers produce WinME/NT/XP and Red Hat Linux OS?

    Thx in advance
    Jaguar

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    > EXE from <iostream.h> is much bigger than <stdio.h>. I wish to know which one work faster?
    Write the same program using both methods, and time it yourself. The answer is bound to be implementation specific.

    > I was told that many OS produced with C++
    Mmm
    The core OS of Linux is in C, no idea about anything else

    Do you regard the web browser as part of the OS or not?

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    the linux core kernel is coded in C and compiled with gcc. gcc is amazing and is greater than any other c compiler .

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    Originally posted by Unregistered
    the linux core kernel is coded in C and compiled with gcc. gcc is amazing and is greater than any other c compiler .
    really ? I thought it makes HUGE executables ?
    but it certainly is one of the best compilers..

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