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comment Should I stop using the term C/C++?
@Giorgio that's a dangerous assumption, but I've met a lot of programmers that know C++ and assume they know C, but couldn't char* their way out of a paper bag
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comment Should I stop using the term C/C++?
@munificent I can write C++ code which can run through javac too, but what would be the point?
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comment Should I stop using the term C/C++?
@masonwheeler if OP wants to see what an actual superset of C looks like.
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