C++ and its common subset are easier to learn than C. There will be fewer manual type mistakes to catch (the C++ type system is tighter and more expressive), fewer techniques to master (C++ allows you to express more things without circumlocution), and better libraries accessible. Not “all of C++” is the ideal first subset to learn.
Naturally, this is very dependent on your prior knowledge and motivation for studying C++. If you are new to programming, we highly advise you to seek the assistance of an experienced programmer. Alternatively, the unavoidable misunderstandings about language principles and practical issues with the implementation you’re using might quickly escalate into major annoyances.
C++ is an object-oriented programming language. It directly translates to “enhanced C,” indicating that it is a development of the C language.
Yes, a lot of people do. There are too many C++ users to accurately count, although the figure is in the millions. All of the current applications support C++.
A controller is a symbol that directs the computer to execute a certain data modification. C’s extensive collection of operators makes it possible to build efficient and succinct programmes, which distinguishes it from other programming languages.