This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
|Execution method:||Compiled (machine code)|
|Parameter passing methods:||By reference, By value|
|Type safety:||Safe, Unsafe|
|Type compatibility:||Nominative, Structural|
|Type checking:||Dynamic, Static|
If you know C++, please write code for some of the tasks not implemented in C++.
C++ is named after the C language, from which it is derived. C++ extends C into becoming an object-oriented language. However, unlike other object-oriented languages, it doesn't try to force you into object-oriented programming, but is a multi-paradigm language. Besides conventional procedural programming and object-oriented programming, it also supports generic programming.
The ++ in C++ is some what of an inside joke, in that C++ is C with a Post Increment operator attached, thus C++ is C + 1; however, this interpretation has the flaw that post-increment increments the value after returning the value, so the post-increment expression still evaluates to the value before the increment.
If you can't find an implementation for your task in the C++ category below, please look in the C category, as many of the tasks can be implemented identically in C and C++.
- C++98 is the version of C++ standardized by ISO in 1998. It is the most commonly used and supported version of the language. The term "C++" usually refers to C++98.
- C++03 is a minor improvement to C++98, standardized by ISO in 2003.
- TR1 (Technical Report 1) is a proposal for extensions to the C++ standard library. It was published in 2007. Many of its proposals made it into C++11. Many compilers support it, but put its headers in a different directory.
- C++11 (formerly called C++0x) is a significant improvement, adding many new language features and libraries. It was standardized by ISO in 2011. It is not completely supported by many, if any, compilers, but most of its features are available in GCC  and Clang .
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
Pages in category "C++"
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