C, Borland C, C++, C#??????????

I'm not sure how 2 even begin learning this language! I know alittle C,
but I don't know if it's C, Borland C, C++...
Can any1 help?

[b][red]Dragon[/red][purple]storM[/purple][/b]

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  • : I'm not sure how 2 even begin learning this language! I know alittle C,
    : but I don't know if it's C, Borland C, C++...
    : Can any1 help?
    :
    : [b][red]Dragon[/red][purple]storM[/purple][/b]
    :

    buy an introduction to C++ book at your local book store. One of the Teach Yourself books is a good start. Of course you will need a C++ compiler. There are a couple good free compilers. Bloodshed Dev-C is probably one of the best free ones at: http://www.bloodshed.net/dev/index.html

  • : : I'm not sure how 2 even begin learning this language! I know alittle C,
    : : but I don't know if it's C, Borland C, C++...
    : : Can any1 help?
    : :
    : : [b][red]Dragon[/red][purple]storM[/purple][/b]
    : :
    :
    : buy an introduction to C++ book at your local book store. One of the Teach Yourself books is a good start. Of course you will need a C++ compiler. There are a couple good free compilers. Bloodshed Dev-C is probably one of the best free ones at: http://www.bloodshed.net/dev/index.html
    :
    :

    C and Borland C are virtually the same thing. The only difference is that it isn't 100% compatable with some of the other compilers such as Watcom, Visual C/C++, DJGPP, and others.

  • in C... use
    scanf("%d",&variabel);
    printf("variabel = %d ",variabel);

    in C++... use
    cin>>variabel;
    cout<<"variabel = "<<variabel;
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