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    From C to C++

    What changes to program in C++ regarding C beyond to the classes, the ereditarietà???????????


    P.S: but scanf() and printf() and all them bookcase standard of the C, can to use itself in C++????????
    P.P.S: can to program the C++, like if it were C?????

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    You can both use scanf and printf in C++, and you can program in C++ as though it were C.

    If you do that, you don't get the benefits and problems that come with C++ though .
    Prove you can code in C++ or C# at TopCoder, referrer rrenaud
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    thanks for your answer.

    But the Borland C++ Builder have a Personal Edition( and this is GRATIS) or not???????

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    huh?

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    Question

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    huh?




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    But the Borland C++ Builder have a Personal Edition( and this is GRATIS) or not???????
    • what does borland c++ builder have to do with anything?
    • what does its personal edition have to do with anything?
    • what does gratis mean?
    • i think you're missing a few words here...

    can you reiterate what you said more clearly?

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    I think he's asking if there's a C++ builder version for free (the Personal Edition)

    gratis = free in italian

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    download the version 4.0 compiler here.

    www.bloodshed.net

    It is easier to use than borland.

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    yea... and it includes compiling with LCC for Windows, or g++ for anything else

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    i don't understand
    sorry for my Englidh but I have 14 and I have Italian........

    Cmq Gratis in your language = free, have you anderstand now ??????

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    Funny, gratis is also the Dutch word for free.

    But there is a free version of Borland C++Bulder, it can be downloaded from their site.

    http://www.borland.com/products/down..._cbuilder.html

    If I remember well, then you need to register for the Borland Community, but this is free/gratis. After registering you can download the package. Note that you only get the command-line tools and not the IDE. But there are a lot of free IDE's around on the internet. For example take a look at:

    www.thefreecountry.com/developercity/

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    Gratis is the word for free in Swedish too!

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    Well, by my understanding grat is the latin root for free. So a lot of the languages that have some sort of roots in latin probably have a similar word with a similar meaning.

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    yup.. gratis is also free in spanish.

    Strange that Swedish has gratis==free when it's a norse language and not a romance one...

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    If I remember well, then the French word of free is gratuite. France, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish (perhaps more) are languages which are strongly influenced by Latin. But Dutch, German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and I think also English have their roots in the old language which in Dutch we call Germaans, I don't know what it is in English. But it is a language which has its roots in Scandinavia.

    But Latin was the language of science and a lot of words in the north-European languages have their roots in Latin.

    Another very funny thing is that our language is in English called Dutch. We We call the language of our eastern neighbours Duits. A long time ago, we called our language Duytsch, which looks like Deutsch, which in English is called German. So I guess that is the reason why in English it is called Dutch.

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    >it's a norse language and not a romance one

    Ah, that were the words I was looking for.

    The language I speak in the part of the Netherlands where I live is called Frisian. It doesn't look and sound like Dutch, it's more like Danish and Ost-Fries. We have characters which the Dutch don't have and have pronouncements they don't have.

    BTW, Dutch has also words from Indonesian. It once was taken in by the Netherlands and made part of it. A lot of Indonesian people came here and Dutch went to Indonesia. This has influenced the language. But I don't know if Dutch has had influence on Indonesian.
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    Last edited by Shiro; 06-16-2002 at 11:07 AM.

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