C++ is an object-oriented programming (OOP) language that is viewed by many as the best language for creating large-scale applications. C++ is a superset of the C language.
C++ is a computer programming language created in 1983 by Bjarne Stroustrup and designed to serve as an enhanced version of the C language. It is object oriented and is considered a high level language. However, it features low level facilities. C++ is one of the most commonly used programming languages.
The development of C++ actually began four years before its release, in 1979. It did not start out with this name; its first name was “C with Classes.” In the late part of 1983, C with Classes was first used for AT&T’s internal programming needs. Its name was changed to C++ later in the same year. The language was not released commercially until the late part of 1985.
Developed at Bell Labs, C++ enhanced the C programming language in a variety of ways. Among its features are classes, virtual functions, templates, and operator overloading. The language also counts multiple inheritance and exception handling among its many features. C++ introduced the use of declarations as statements and includes more type checking than is available with C.
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