Conquer C++ in 21 Days
March 7, 2007
C++ (pronounced “see plus plus”, IPA: [siː plʌs plʌs]) is a general-purpose, high-level programming language with low-level facilities. It is a statically typed free-form multi-paradigm language supporting procedural programming, data abstraction, object-oriented programming, generic programming and RTTI. Since the 1990s, C++ has been one of the most popular commercial programming languages.
C++ continues to evolve to meet future requirements. One group in particular, Boost.org, works to make the most of C++ in its current form and advises the C++ standards committee as to which features work well and which need improving. Current work indicates that C++ will capitalize on its multi-paradigm nature more and more. The work at Boost, for example, is greatly expanding C++’s functional and metaprogramming capabilities. A new version of the C++ standard is currently being worked on, entitled C++0x (denoting the fact it is expected to be released before 2010) which will include a number of new features.
Therefore learning c++ will help you certainly in future. Learn the basics of C++ in 21 days! Great guide for beginners. Remember, this is just an overview, fully mastering any program languages takes many years. But this is the guide to get you started!