C-Plus programming is a form of programming which is widely used during software development
The C programming language is a low-level programming language developed for Unix. C++ is a multiplatform programming language derived from the C programming language. Contrived in 1993 by developer Bjarne Stoustrup of Bell Labs as a modification of C programming language, it is widely used across Information Technology fields, to include the GNU Project, Microsoft, Intel, and Borland. C++ has influenced many other programming languages, including Java.
C++ includes both high-level and low-level programming features and is even used for hardware design. In terms of software, it can be used for almost anything, including the development of operating systems (and everything that goes in them), 3D graphics engines, animations, videogames, and even developer tools. Programs written with C++ programs need “compilers” that translate the language into an executable file for an interface.
Features of C-Plus Programming
C++ comes with many language features that render it one of the most ubiquitous programming languages in existence. These include:
- he provision of at least 30 operators, such as arithmetic, bit manipulation, and comparisons.
- emplates that enable generic programming, by which algorithms can be contrived but rendered latent until a certain condition or set of conditions are fulfilled.
- Classes (one of the primary advancements by Stoustrup) that enable abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism
- Abstraction is the ability to reduce or factor out details, or remove a particular process from its constituents, so that a programmer can concentrate on a few concepts at a time
- Encapsulation is the separation of variables from a base programming infrastructure so that alterations aren’t made to framework of the program
- Inheritance is the ability to form new classes from predefined classes
- Polymorphism is the ability to handle multiple programming languages in the same interface