I've heard that C++ and Python where implemented using C. How can someone make an object oriented language out of something that doesn't support objects?
I've read in the book "Math You Can`t Use - Patents, Copyright and Software" that code is considered an equivalent of mathematics because it will eventualy be ran on cirquits that work and interact based on mathematical logic.
If a limited tool like C can produce a tool with further capabilities like C++, does that mean that mathematics can be used to create "better" mathematics? That seems to contradict Gödel's incompleteness theorem.
What is the essence of this trancedance from simple procedural to object oriented? Is there some code written in C that C++ and Python use or are they written in a completely different paradigm from the ground up?