C++ is the most frequently used programming language by developers and designers. As it is compiled and free-form, it is used to create GUI’s and API’s and all other platforms. Considered as the easiest intermediate level language, C++ is best known to provide a high probability, and essential, objective-focused and standard programming features.  As it includes basic and advanced language features, it can be executed on the broad spectrum of operating and hardware system platforms. Being the most professional performance determined programming language it is used in application software, system software, embedded software, device drivers, client applications, high-performance server and entertainment software like video games.

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 C++ accedes to most of the C’s syntax and provides more than 35 operative means encompassing bit manipulation, basic arithmetic, comparisons, indirection, logical operations and others. Almost every operator can be teamed up for user-defined types, with illustrating some prominent exemptions such as conditional operator and member access (.* and.). The affluent set of overloadable operators is vital to employ user created types in C++ too and as effortlessly as built in types such as smart pointers.

As C++ is an object oriented language and in today’s computing it is indispensable to understanding its logic. You can attain sufficient knowledge about C++ on various e-books; some of the best e-books are listed below:

  • Learn C++
  • Data structures and algorithms with object-oriented design patterns in C++
  • Game programming patterns
  • Software design using C++
  • John

    “C++ is the new programming language of computing”

    Pull the other one!

  • Tom Whitmore

    C#, Java, or Delphi are all easier languages than C++.

    All of these are (much) easier to write reliable/ productive/ maintainable code in. I mainly use Java these days, but remember the care & effort required to develop high-reliability code in C++!

    Java & JVM were an amazing innovation, because they made server-grade applications possible for the mere mortal.

    I also think the author may mean “object-oriented”, when he says “objective-focused”. OO is major feature of C++ (as well as my suggested languages) & definitely worthy of note, but article doesn’t identify it as such.