Introduction to C++ Programming Language and some features and key points

 


Introduction

C++ is a general-purpose programming language and is widely used today for programming. It has essential, object-oriented, and generic programming features. C++ runs on many platforms such as Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac, etc.




C++ is a powerful general-purpose programming language. It can be used to develop operating systems, browsers, games, and other websites, etc. C++ supports a variety of programming modes such as method, object-oriented, functional, etc. It also makes C++ powerful and flexible.


C++ is a mid-level language that offers the advantage of programming low-level (driver, kernel) and even high-level applications (games, GUI, desktop apps, etc.). Both C (Programming Language) and C++ have the same basic syntax and code structure. 


Here are some features and key points to note about the programming language:

  • Object-Oriented Programming: A strong point of language that separates it from C.  Object Oriented Support helps maintain C++ and create scalable programs.  That is, large-scale applications can be created.  The code of conduct becomes more difficult to maintain as the size of the code increases.
  •  The machine is independent but platform-dependent: C++ is not independent of a viable platform (programs configured on Linux will not run on Windows), however, they are machine-independent.
  •  Simple: It is a simple language in that programs can be broken down into logical units and parts, with full library support and multiple data types.
  •  Intermediate language: This is an intermediate language because we can do both system programming (driver, kernel, networking, etc.) and build a wide range of user applications (media players, photoshop, game engine, etc.).
  •  Download: "It is far from popular at the beginning of this century when its market share is over 15%."  Today's C++ is a favorite for sports and complex business applications, largely due to its ability to run efficiently and precisely control memory usage.
  •  Case Sensitive: C++ Case Sensitive.  In other words, uppercase letters and lowercase letters are considered different.  The age of a variable name is different from age, which is different from AGE.  Some settings allow you to turn off case sensitivity.
  •  Compiled language: C++ is a compiled language, which increases its speed.
  •  Allocation for dynamic memory: All memory requirements were required before the program could be implemented by specifying variables.  In these cases, programs need to dynamically allocate memory, for which the C++ language connects operators to new and deleted ones.
  •  Standard Libraries: C++ Standard Library supports many common containers, these containers, function objects, common wire, and stream functions (including interactive and file I / O) functions, support for some language features,  And it provides the day-to-day running of the business.  Finding the square root of a number.
  •  Pointer and Direct Memory Access: Provides C++ pointer support to help users connect storage addresses directly.  This helps in low-level programming (where one may need to have clear control over the collection of variables).
  •  Implementation Speed: C++ programs excel in execution speed.  Because it's a compiled language and a large-scale procedure.  The new languages have additional built-in features such as garbage collection, dynamic typing, etc. that slow down the whole process of the program.  Since C++ has no such additional action, it is running fast.

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