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C++ is an Object Oriented programming language standardized by the ISO. It was developed in 1979 by Bjarne Stroustrup at AT&T Bell Labs as a “child” of the C programming language. A C++ source file will have the extension ”.cpp” and the header will have the obvious ”.h”. The latest version of C++ is C++11. Confused? See the links below.
|Variables||The means of data storage to the RAM (not files)|
|Editing the Value of Variables||Basic arithmetic using NUMBER variables to change their value|
|Functions||Bodies that do a certain task|
|Constants in C++||constants|
|iostream||Header that defines the
|fstream||Header that defines the
stream objects of files
|define||Used for creating shorter code by making constants|
Some Helpful Links
If there isn't enough information or you just don't understand, that's fine. Here are a few links that have great tutorials and information:
If you're not sure where to start typing your code and getting results, here are some link to free compilers/IDEs (correct me if those are the wrong names):
(Code::Blocks for Mac is very very unstable)
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