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We are living in an era where there are truckloads of programming languages, which makes it very difficult to choose from. The most challenging aspect is to ascertain which programming language will prove to be the best for your IT projects. The problem is, even if you select one programming language and start your project, in case you feel that the language is not the best one, it will be challenging to switch to a new one. Hence, it is incredibly vital to consider your options after much deliberation. Here, the role of developers becomes even more critical. The reason being, they can prove to the invaluable resources that can guide you to select one of the many .Net languages already existing in the market. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: C# Vs. C++: Selecting the Best Programming Language for Your IT Projects


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We are living in an era where there are
truckloads of programming languages, which makes
it very difficult to choose from. The most
challenging aspect is to ascertain which
programming language will prove to be the best
for your IT projects. The problem is, even if you
select one programming language and start your
project, in case you feel that the language is
not the best one, it will be challenging to
switch to a new one. Hence, it is incredibly
vital to consider your options after much
deliberation. Here, the role of developers
becomes even more critical. The reason being,
they can prove to the invaluable resources that
can guide you to select one of the many .Net
languages already existing in the market. If you
are one of the companies that are finding it
challenging to select the best programming
languages for your IT projects, this write-up has
been written specifically for you! In the
forthcoming sections of this write-up, we will
divert our attention to the common things and
differences between C and C. We promise after
reading this piece of content you will be in a
far better situation to ascertain whether to go
for C or C for your IT projects.
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Grass-Root Level Stuff At the grass-root level,
both C and C use similar code. C came into
the game much later than C. Microsoft
introduced it in the year 2000 as a Java
competitor. In comparison, C has been the
central pillar around which several programming
languages stand. It emerged in the 1980s. Today,
C has made its presence felt in
applications. C and C as we all know are
object-oriented languages. However, C is
tougher to work with when compared with C. You
can employ both these programming languages in
web and desktop applications. C is a
much-preferred programming language for
applications like games, operating systems, and
low-level programming requiring total control
over the hardware on the PC or server.
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In case your application is an elementary web or
desktop application, we suggest you go for C as
your preferred programming language for the
project. On the other hand, if you wish to create
an app that has a direct correlation with
computer hardware or has a direct connection with
an application, then opt for C as your
preferred programming language. Now, that you
have gained necessary information about these two
programming languages, lets divert our attention
to similarities between them.
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Points of Similarities C is a C-based language
hence, the two syntaxes are quite similar. C
developers employ brackets to bifurcate coding
structures. This is done along with C-style
object-oriented code integrating dependencies and
libraries. In case a developer is acquainted with
Java or C, it becomes effortless for them to
shift to C. However, changing from C to C is
another case altogether. It is complicated for a
C developer since it is a comparatively
low-level language. C handles more overhead than
the C language. This very reason makes C a
more complex language to learn in the development
world.
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Object-oriented The syntax of both these
programming languages is slightly different.
However, the inheritance, concept of classes, and
polymorphism are the same. Compiled
Languages Java is an interpreted language.
However, both C and C are compiled languages.
In technical terms, it means that before an
application gets launched on PC or the server,
the code needs to be converted into binaries. A
prime example of this is an executable EXE file
which is a compiled file that can be written in
C or C. Now, that you have looked at the
similarities, lets look at the differences
between these two programming languages.
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Size of Binaries As discussed earlier, both these
programming languages employ compiled languages
to transform your code to binary files. Here, you
should note that C has a lot of overhead and
libraries integrated before compilation. On the
other hand, C is lightweight in comparison to
C. Hence, the C binaries are comparatively
larger once they are compiled in comparison to
C. Performance C is comparatively widely used
when high-level languages are not efficient.
Also, you should understand that the C code is
much swifter than the C code. This makes it an
ideal choice for applications where the
application is of high significance.
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Garbage Collection While employing the C
programming language, developers do not have to
worry about garbage collection. On the other
hand, when it comes to C, there is no automatic
garbage collection. You must allocate and
deallocate memory for your objects. Targeted
Platform C programs are usually targeted towards
the Windows operating system. Recently, Microsoft
has commenced working towards cross-platform
support for C programs. As far as a C
programming language is concerned, it can code
any platform like Windows, Linux, and Mac.
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Project Types C developers usually concentrate
on applications that work directly with the
hardware. Alternatively, it is valid for
applications that need better performance
compared to other languages. It works best for
networking, gaming, server-side applications, and
even device drivers for your PC. On the other
hand, C is highly effectively used for mobile,
desktop, and web applications. Compiler
Warnings C will let you perform any task
provided the syntax is appropriate. It is a very
flexible language. However, it can have damaging
effects on the operating system. On the other
hand, C is much more protected. It provides
compiler errors and warnings without enabling you
to make certain critical errors allowed by C.
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C Vs. C Selecting the Best Programming
Language for Your IT Projects As a general thumb
rule, it has been observed that web and desktop
development can be done effectively using the C
programming language. You will be amazed to learn
that C is an integral part of the .NET language,
which is especially useful for web development.
However, you can also employ it with a
Windows-based program. This is where the C
development service comes in handy for the
developers. On the other hand, C can be
employed for different platforms and target
applications. The only problem is, the developer
pool is limited compared to C because it is not
very popular for web and mobile apps. In case you
are executing a project that is concentrating on
extremely low-level processing, you may need the
help of a C developer. All in all, you can
employ C for much more than C. However, it may
not always prove to be the most cost-effective
way to complete your IT project.
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