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asked marvit August 19, 2014 08:27 AM  

Why c++ is called OOPS? what is inheretance? what is compiler?


           

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answered By bhjahnavi   0  
  • c++ is called OOPs because it follow the concepts of the object oriented programming language.
  • inheritance is deriving new classes from the existing classes.
  • as the computer does not understand any language except binary language there should be medium that acts as a translator . there are many of such translators few of them are compiler , interpreter,assembler.all the c++ programs are compiled but not interpreted . compilation is execution of whole program at a time whereas interpretation is executing of program line by line.
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