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this is a fairly general question (see guidelines for SO). consider reposting in softwarerecs.stackexchange.comwillwrighteng 2 mins ago
Recommendations should be on Software Recommendations. Note: C++ can call C libraries, but that doesn't mean they're compatible. And C can't call C++'s mangled code. Besides there are things in C that don't exist in C++ and vice versa — phuclv 47 secs ago
 
 
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ML Classification 0.0855579950298578 (Old classification 0.4)
And since that is a continuous source of bugs (you might lookup undefined behavior) C++ actually has added support with classes like std::string, std::string_view, std::vector and more to help programmers avoid these kind of "out of bound" bugs. A C++ program that compiles doesn't have to be a correct program. — Pepijn Kramer 22 secs ago
 
 
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This question is about a "software tools commonly used by programmers, and a practical, answerable problem that is unique to software development" in my sense so I think I'm right to ask it here — hl037_ 59 secs ago
 

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