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Old 02-01-2003, 05:51 PM   #1
Cruelpeace
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Mixing C and C++


Okay, I am a new programmer who hasn't really done anything great. I have about the same amount of knowledge in both C and C++. Currently, I am thinking about writing a small little text-based game, just f*cking around. Do you guys consider it harmful to mix C and C++? I was thinking of just using what I know in C++ to create most of the data in classes and then use Curses and C for most of my functionality. What kind of damage will occur to me as a programmer from this and will the program suffer at all? Thank you.
 
Old 02-01-2003, 10:41 PM   #2
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Since C++ is backword compatible with C, when you mixed C and C++, your program would be considered as C++ program. I think there would be no particular damage but the result will be a poorly designed C++ program.
 
  


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