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    Is there a difference between the coding of these 3 languges?

    C++, Visual C++, Visual C++ .NET

    If so how much of a difference?

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    Visual C++ is not a language , nor is VC++.NET. They are compilers + IDEs. Just the same as Borland C Builder is.

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    So that would be a no. The only difference is the way it looks as you type the code, ie the IDE.

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    although its just one language, u should be awared to the big differences between all of them(I mean here visual c++ and visualc.net and borlandc++,......etc) as the compiler supports and identify the way ur programming.
    for example, making a win32 program using Devc++ is very different to the way u ll make the same program using visualC
    visualC++ which is M$ product , support the windows platform as much as microsoft needs. so that it supports microsoft foubdation classes MFC ,......etc, which may be much easier to use rather to other compilers
    visualc.net is another story as it works to support .net framework

    for more informations about both visual c and visualc.net, u can visit micorosoft' msdn site (which is full of advertise for both .)

    for more informations about C++ the language u may visit
    http://www.research.att.com/~bs/C++.html
    its the home site of stroustrap the creator of c++
    Programming is a high logical enjoyable art for both programer and user !!

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    they are all c++ development ide s they all support standart ansi c++ but there are some diferences between them but not at the standart part

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    Originally posted by endo
    So that would be a no.
    Sorry. I forgot to put the [Common Sense] tags around the explanation.

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