Beginning C++ in FreeBSD
luke at foolishgames.com
Fri Apr 16 14:52:11 PDT 2004
> Why would one need C++ if it's converted to C anyway?
C++ is useful for programmers that believe in object oriented
methodologies. Some things are easier to do in C++ as well. It all
depends on the programmer.
You seem to favor assembly languages. I've found that many people into
assembly never seem to get OO and therefore languages like C++ and Java
make no sense to them. Assembly *can be* fast but its not portable.
C was created to make unix portable. C++ was created to add OO
features to C. (as was objective c)
Luke at FoolishGames.com
FoolishGames.com (Jewel Fan Site)
JustJournal.com (Free blogging)
'I try to think but nothing happens'
-- Homer Jay Simpson
More information about the freebsd-questions