C++ is an object-oriented programming language and is meant for general purposes. It has imperative and generic programming features and it especially provides low-level memory manipulation facilities. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standardizes C++ and the latest version is C++ 2.0. Similar to C, the C++ language supports four types of memory management, namely static storage duration objects, automatic storage duration objects, thread storage duration objects, and dynamic storage duration objects.
It is widely used for partially or completely scripting and application development such as with Adobe Systems, Google apps, MySQL servers, Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird, various media players and more. C++ also finds application in the development of Operating Systems as Apple OS X, Microsoft OS, Symbian OS and more. The development and evolution of C++ are guided by the principle that each program written in the programming language must be driven by actual problems and that its features should be used immediately in real-world programs. C++ is exceptionally compatible with many programming languages in order to foster a compatible and useful programming environment.
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