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The only reason that I added C++ to the list was because of its status as a super-set of C. This also illustrates the problem with Java nicely. Both C++ and Java have object structures but only Java requires an Object Oriented paradigm. C++ does not since it must support all of C. However, both languages have primitive data-types. I am still open to debate and discussion about how to seperate the types of languages.