Tag Archives: C++

C++ Comments

In this C++ tutorial, we are going to cover the topic comments. Here we will define what are comments in C++ and why we use them, with the help of some examples. C++ Comments Comments are those statements that do not compile by the C++ compiler when a C++ compiler try to compile the program… Read More »

C++ Basic Syntax

Here in this tutorial, we will discuss the basic terminology that we use in C++. We will also define the basic structure we use when we create a C++ program Note: All the programs we build in this tutorial series are compiled and executed using Dev C++ IDE we suggest you to download Dev C++… Read More »

C++ Environment Setup

In this tutorial, we will discuss how can you set up an environment for compiling and execution of your code. C++ is a cross-platform programming language so different operating systems such as Windows, Linux, Mac OS, etc. support its compilers. To execute and run C++ code in any one of these Operating systems we need… Read More »

What is C++? History, Why Learn C++?

C++ is a high-level, statically typed, compiled, and general-purposed, and open-source programming language. It is an extension of C programming language which supports procedural, generic as well as object-oriented programming. C++ often considered as low-level programming language because of its close relation to the system hardware and memory management. Does not matter whether it supports… Read More »

C++ Tutorial: What is C++?

C++ is a static high-level, general-purpose programming language developed by Bjarne Stroustrup in 1979 at Bell Labs. It is a cross-platform programming language which includes Windows, Mac Os, Linux and the various version of UNIX. It is an extension of C programming language, by add ++ sing at the end of C signifies that C++… Read More »

Difference between C++ vs C#

Selecting a specific programming language for any project could be a tough call, and for a complete beginner choosing his/her first programming language is tougher and confusing. The selection of a particular programming language becomes more confusing if it has more than 2 variants if you are a computer science student so you must have… Read More »

C++ vs Java

C++ and Java both support Object-oriented programming and has an approach for statically typed programming too. Though there are many similarities between Java and C++, still contain many distinctions too. There was a time when C++ and Java were fighting head to head for the number 1 programming language, because of the Object-Oriented programming support.… Read More »