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What is C++ Programming
C++ is an object oriented programming language created by Bjarne Stroustrup and released in 1985. It implements data abstraction using a concept called classes, along with other features to allow object-oriented programming. Parts of the C++ program are easily reusable and extensible; existing code is easily modifiable without actually having to change the code. C++ adds a concept called operator overloading not seen in the earlier OOP languages and it makes the creation of libraries much cleaner.
C++ maintains aspects of the C programming language, yet has features which simplify memory management. Additionally, some of the features of C++ allow low-level access to memory but also contain high-level features.
C++ could be considered a superset of C. C programs will run in C++ compilers. C uses structured programming concepts and techniques while C++ uses object oriented programming and classes which focus on data.
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On the left, under the Suggested Topics is a list of topics typically found in most High School or College level C++ Programming curriculums. The difference is in the level of depth, scope and complexity of that topic. The list is provided to help you determine where you may need tutoring. Your particular topic may not be listed, but that does not imply that tutoring is unavailable. Just contact me and inquire if I can offer tutoring for your particular needs. I will promptly respond and you can decide what further action is required.
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