Is C++ use classes?

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    Question Is C++ use classes?

    I am beginner in c++. Is C++ use classes? how? like Programing languages exist today like Visual Studio.....

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    Ok, to start:

    1. Yes, C++ uses classes.

    2. I honestly don't know what to say about "how" it uses classes without going into deep explanation that you aren't ready for.

    3. Visual Studios is not a programming language, it's an Intergrated Development Environment (IDE).

    4. Admittedly without looking too deep into them, those links appear irrelevant.



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    C++ uses classes. Visual Studio supports classes in Visual C++. Visual Studio is not a programming language. It is a development suite, consisting of C++, C, and other compilers. One is called Visual C++. It compiles C and C++ code and it comes with an IDE. A compiler is a piece of software that converts a text file into a program. The text files are called source files. An IDE is basically a fancy programmer's text editor. It gives functions for compiling, editing, saving files, opening files, and sometimes integration with a debugger. A debugger is a cool tool that you don't need to worry about right now.

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    > 4. Admittedly without looking too deep into them, those links appear irrelevant.
    Good catch, I've seen the same tactic several times now. Snipped the URLs.
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