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Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 29, 1998

Difference between C++ and HTML

Question:
What are the main differences between C++ and HTML? If I can use HTML, how hard will it be for me to use C++?

Answer:
For the most part, C++ and HTML have almost nothing in common.

HTML is for creating hypertext Web pages. C++ is for creating compiled files such as EXE files.

Knowing HTML will probably not make it any easier for you to learn C++.

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