The C Programming Language: Myths and Reality

In this web content, the author addresses the common misconception that the C programming language lacks encapsulation and isolation. They explain that while C does not have classes, it does have structs, which can be used to achieve encapsulation. The author also discusses how splitting code into different files and modules in C can provide encapsulation and isolation. They emphasize that C does have ways to hide fields and restrict access to them. The author concludes by stating that C can be used in various programming languages and that it is important not to believe everything on the internet.

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