How do you properly use namespaces in C

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I come from a Java background where packages, not namespaces, are utilised.

I'm used to packaging classes that work together to make a full entity and then reusing them from that package afterwards.

However, I am presently working on C++.

In C++, how do you utilise namespaces?

Do you make a single namespace for the entire application, or do you make several namespaces for each key component?

If that's the case, how can you make objects from classes in different namespaces?
Aug 8, 2022 in C++ by Nicholas
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