(C plus plus) N. An object-oriented programming language that is based on and backwardcompatible with C. Many say that C++ is partly crippled by an overly complex syntax, further weakened by the insistence on backward compatibility, and hurt by the many variants that appeared in the marketplace while the details of the ANSI standard were fought over a decade too long. The result is a language that often seems designed for memory leaks but also does have some useful features (notably classes and exceptions). The Embedded C++ subset tries to find a happy medium.
In C programming, you often malloc function to create chunk of memory for making our program to execute. And, you use the free function...