C :- The "C" programming language was developed for and implemented on the UNIX operating system. One of the remarkable features of the language is that it is not tied to any particular hardware or system. This makes it easy for a user to write programs without any changes so that they can run practically on all machines. C is often called a middle-level language as it combines the elements of high-level languages with the functionalism of assembly language. It allows the manipulation of bits, bytes and addresses- the basic elements with which the computer functions. Another advantage with C is that it is portable and makes it possible to adapt software written for one type of computer to another.
C++:- C++ is an improved version of the C language. It includes everything that is part of C and adds support for object-oriented programming (OOP). The language has many exhaustive elements e.g. we can define new types in such a way that they act just like the predefined types which are part of the standard language. Some of the new features that have been included in C++ are encapsulation, inline function calls, overloading operators, inheritance and polymorphism. Our module on C/C++ provides a holistic conceptual and practical understanding on all the tools and elements that are part of their dynamics.