Hello Readers, We are still trying our possible best to give some simple tutorials on C++ programming, Without taking much time let get to the main article for today.
A Brief Look at C++
This note describes some key aspects of what C++ is and of how C++ has developed over the years. The perspective is that of an experienced C++ user looking at C++ as a practical tool. No attempts are made to compare C++ to other languages, though I have tried to answer some questions that I have often heard asked by Lisp programmers.
The C++ Standard
The Standard Library
- Basic run time language support (for allocation, RTTI, etc.).
- The standard C library (with very minor modifications to minimize violations of the type system).
- Strings and I/O streams (with support for international character sets and localization).
- A framework of containers (such as, vector, list, and map) and algorithms using containers (such as general traversals, sorts, and merges).
- Support for numeric computation (complex numbers plus vectors with arithmetic operations, BLASlike and generalized slices, and semantics designed to ease optimization).