# Category:C++

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**C++**

This

**programming language**may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.

Execution method: | Compiled (machine code) |
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Garbage collected: | No |

Parameter passing methods: | By reference, By value |

Type safety: | Safe, Unsafe |

Type strength: | Strong |

Type compatibility: | Nominative, Structural |

Type expression: | Explicit |

Type checking: | Dynamic, Static |

Lang tag(s): | cpp |

See Also: |

**C++** is named after the compatible with::C language, from which it is derived. C++ extends C into 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.

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++.

## Versions[edit]

**C++98**is the version of C++ standardized by ISO in 1998.**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**and sometimes**C++1x**) is a significant improvement, adding many new language features and libraries. It was standardized by ISO in 2011. Most of its features are available in GCC [1] and Clang [2].**C++14**(formerly called**C++1y**) is a minor improvement to C++11, standardized by ISO in 2014. Most of its features are available in Clang [3], GCC [4], and Visual C++[5].**C++17**(formerly called**C++1z**) is a minor improvement to C++14, standardized by ISO in 2017. Most of its features are available in Clang [6], GCC [7], and Visual C++[8].**C++20**(formerly called**C++2a**) is a major improvement to C++17, standardized by ISO in 2020. Most of its features are implemented by Clang [9], GCC [10], and Visual C++[11]**C++23**(alternatively**C++2b**) is a minor improvement to C++20, expected to be standardized by ISO in 2023. Experimental support exists in GCC[12] and Clang[13]

## Subcategories

This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

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- C++ Implementations (10 P)
- C++ User (315 P)

## Pages in category "C++"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 1,132 total.

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- A* search algorithm
- A+B
- Abbreviations, automatic
- Abbreviations, easy
- Abbreviations, simple
- ABC problem
- ABC words
- Abelian sandpile model
- Abelian sandpile model/Identity
- Abstract type
- Abundant odd numbers
- Abundant, deficient and perfect number classifications
- Accumulator factory
- Achilles numbers
- Ackermann function
- Active object
- Addition chains
- Additive primes
- Address of a variable
- AKS test for primes
- Algebraic data types
- Align columns
- Aliquot sequence classifications
- Almkvist-Giullera formula for pi
- Almost prime
- Alternade words
- Amb
- Amicable pairs
- Anadromes
- Anagrams
- Anagrams/Deranged anagrams
- Angle difference between two bearings
- Angles (geometric), normalization and conversion
- Animate a pendulum
- Animation
- Anonymous recursion
- Anti-primes
- Append a record to the end of a text file
- Apply a callback to an array
- Apply a digital filter (direct form II transposed)
- Approximate equality
- Arbitrary-precision integers (included)
- Archimedean spiral
- Arena storage pool
- Arithmetic derivative
- Arithmetic evaluation
- Arithmetic numbers
- Arithmetic-geometric mean
- Arithmetic-geometric mean/Calculate Pi
- Arithmetic/Complex
- Arithmetic/Integer
- Arithmetic/Rational
- Array concatenation
- Array length
- Arrays
- Ascending primes
- ASCII art diagram converter
- Assertions
- Associative array/Creation
- Associative array/Iteration
- Associative array/Merging
- Atomic updates
- Attractive numbers
- Average loop length
- Averages/Arithmetic mean
- Averages/Mean angle
- Averages/Mean time of day
- Averages/Median
- Averages/Mode
- Averages/Pythagorean means
- Averages/Root mean square
- Averages/Simple moving average
- AVL tree

### B

- Babbage problem
- Bacon cipher
- Balanced brackets
- Balanced ternary
- Barnsley fern
- Base 16 numbers needing a to f
- Base64 decode data
- Base64 encode data
- Bell numbers
- Benford's law
- Bernoulli numbers
- Best shuffle
- Bin given limits
- Binary digits
- Binary search
- Binary strings
- Bioinformatics/base count
- Bioinformatics/Sequence mutation
- Birthday problem
- Bitmap
- Bitmap/Bresenham's line algorithm
- Bitmap/Flood fill
- Bitmap/Write a PPM file
- Bitwise operations
- Boolean values
- Box the compass
- Brace expansion
- Brazilian numbers
- Break OO privacy
- Brilliant numbers
- Brownian tree
- Bulls and cows
- Bulls and cows/Player
- Burrows–Wheeler transform

### C

- Caesar cipher
- Calculating the value of e
- Calendar
- Calkin-Wilf sequence
- Call a foreign-language function
- Call a function
- Call an object method
- Canonicalize CIDR
- Cantor set
- Card shuffles
- Carmichael 3 strong pseudoprimes
- Cartesian product of two or more lists
- Case-sensitivity of identifiers
- Casting out nines
- Catalan numbers
- Catalan numbers/Pascal's triangle
- Catamorphism
- Change e letters to i in words
- Changeable words
- Chaocipher
- Chaos game
- Character codes
- Chebyshev coefficients
- Check output device is a terminal
- Check that file exists
- Checkpoint synchronization
- Chemical calculator
- Chernick's Carmichael numbers
- Cheryl's birthday
- Chinese remainder theorem
- Chinese zodiac
- Cholesky decomposition
- Chowla numbers
- Church numerals
- Circles of given radius through two points
- Circular primes
- Cistercian numerals
- Classes
- Closest-pair problem
- Closures/Value capture
- Collections
- Color wheel
- Colour bars/Display
- Colour pinstripe/Display
- Combinations
- Combinations and permutations
- Combinations with repetitions
- Comma quibbling
- Command-line arguments
- Comments
- Common sorted list
- Compare a list of strings
- Compare length of two strings
- Compile-time calculation
- Compiler/lexical analyzer
- Compound data type
- Concurrent computing
- Conditional structures
- Conjugate transpose
- Consecutive primes with ascending or descending differences
- Constrained genericity
- Constrained random points on a circle
- Continued fraction
- Continued fraction/Arithmetic/Construct from rational number
- Continued fraction/Arithmetic/G(matrix ng, continued fraction n)
- Continued fraction/Arithmetic/G(matrix ng, continued fraction n1, continued fraction n2)
- Convert seconds to compound duration
- Convex hull
- Conway's Game of Life
- Coprimes
- Copy a string
- Copy stdin to stdout
- Count in factors
- Count in octal
- Count occurrences of a substring
- Count the coins
- Cramer's rule
- CRC-32
- Create a file
- Create a file on magnetic tape
- Create a two-dimensional array at runtime

Categories:

- Execution method/Compiled/Machine code
- Garbage collection/No
- Parameter passing/By reference
- Parameter passing/By value
- Typing/Safe
- Typing/Unsafe
- Typing/Strong
- Typing/Compatibility/Nominative
- Typing/Compatibility/Structural
- Typing/Expression/Explicit
- Typing/Checking/Dynamic
- Typing/Checking/Static
- Programming Languages
- Codepad languages
- Programming paradigm/Imperative
- Programming paradigm/Object-oriented
- Programming paradigm/Functional
- Programming paradigm/Generic