C is somewhat, not exactly, a subset of C++. So we can use most of the C functions/headers in C++ by changing the name a little bit (
My question is actually kind of semantic. In C++ code (using newest version of GCC compiler), I can call
printf("Hello world!); and
std::printf("Hello world!); and it works exactly the same. And in the reference I am using it also appears as
My question is, is it preferred to use
std::printf(); in C++? Is there a difference?