C++(pronounced “C plus plus”) is a high-level general-purpose programming language developed by Danish computer scientist Bjarne Stroustrup as an expansion of the C++ programming language Development Services, or “C with Classes.” The language has evolved greatly over time, and current C++ today includes object-oriented, generic, and functional features, as well as low-level memory management capabilities. It is usually commonly implemented as a compiled language, and several manufacturers supply C++ compilers, including the Free Software Foundation, LLVM, Microsoft, Intel, Embarcadero, Oracle, and IBM, making it available on a wide range of platforms.C++ was built with systems programming, embedded, resource-constrained software, and big systems in mind, with performance, efficiency, and flexibility of usage as design highlights. C++ has also been found beneficial in a variety of different situations, with notable strengths being software infrastructure and resource-constrained applications, such as desktop apps, video games, servers (e.g., e-commerce, online search, or databases), and performance-critical applications (e.g. telephone switches or space probes).The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has standardised C++, with the most recent standard version confirmed and published by ISO in December 2020 as ISO/IEC 14882:2020 (informally known as C++20). The C++ programming language was first standardised as ISO/IEC 14882:1998, and it has since been updated by the C++03, C++11, C++14, and C++17 standards. With additional features and an expanded standard library, the current C++20 standard supersedes them. Prior to its official standardisation in 1998, Stroustrup at Bell Labs had been developing C++ as an extension of the C language since 1979; he desired a fast and versatile language akin to C that also included high-level capabilities for programme management. C++ is a strong general-purpose programming language. It may be used to create operating systems, games, and browsers.The C++ programming language is one of the most well-known object-oriented languages, and it was the first to link programming to a physical object. C++ is also used to develop cross-platform and cross-device applications.
The C++programming language Development Services, which is commonly used to develop well-organized applications, combines increased capacity and higher software performance. Furthermore, this language is compiled, has the best C compatibility of any other language, and can be used on a variety of computers. Since 2012, C++ has been on a three-year release cycle. C++ is widely utilized in scientific research, ranging from space exploration to high-energy particle physics. C++ is used by CERN scientists to evaluate data on subatomic particles in order to solve puzzles concerning how our cosmos came to be. NASA is using C++ to develop autonomous driving algorithms that help the Mars Rovers navigate unexplored terrain. C++ is also utilized in a number of components aboard the International Space Station.