Introduction to C++ Programming Language: C++ was developed by Bjorn in 1979
- It is a superset of the C language and contains all the features of C as well as some additional object-oriented programming concepts
- It is a general purpose programming language, meaning that it can be used in any domain
- It supports multiple paradigms such as processor-oriented programming and object-oriented programming
- It is an intermediate language, supporting both low-level and high-level languages
- One can use C++ for system programming, such as creating operating systems, drivers, editors, translators, compilers and interpreters, as well as for desktop applications like games and user interfaces.
C Plus Plus: An Overview
- C++ is a middle-level language used for low and high level applications, named after the increment operator ‘++’
- It is a compiled language which follows Object-Oriented Programming concepts
- Its latest version C++20 was released in 2020, with the upcoming release of C++23 in 2023.