Why would one need C++ if it's converted to C anyway?
C++ is useful for programmers that believe in object oriented methodologies. Some things are easier to do in C++ as well. It all depends on the programmer.
You seem to favor assembly languages. I've found that many people into assembly never seem to get OO and therefore languages like C++ and Java make no sense to them. Assembly *can be* fast but its not portable. C was created to make unix portable. C++ was created to add OO features to C. (as was objective c)
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