Embracing all aspects of C++ software development including but not limited to compilers, tools, freeware class libraries, STL, and methodologies.
This category is for compilers that compile only or mainly the C++ language, and no other language. C++ is a superset of C, so all C++ compilers can compile C too. Submit C-only compilers to C/Compilers.
Sites of interest to readers of C++ books.
Borland C++Builder combines RAD with an ANSI compliant C++ compiler to create a powerful development environment for building Windows applications. Borland C++Builder is a product of INPRISE (http://www.inprise.com) Corp. To find out more, visit the official home page at: http://www.borland.com/bcppbuilder This category of Open Directory aims to enumerate best of C++Builder sites on the web. We appreciate your submissions. Will, DW Editors, C++Builder Categories - Netscape Open Directory
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This category is for compilers that compile only or mainly the C++ language, and no other language. C++ is a superset of C, so all C++ compilers can compile C too.
This category is for compilers that compile only or mainly the C++ language, and no other language. C++ is a superset of C, so all C++ compilers can compile C too. Submit C-only compilers to C/Compilers.
FAQs, Help and tutorials about various aspects of the programming language C++. FAQs are collections of (F)requently (A)sked (Q)uestions along with their answers.
C++ usually doesn't provide automatic garbage collection. Some C++ features, and much C++ code is poorly suited for AGC, so programmers must explicitly deal with memory management issues, which can get quite difficult and needs much time.
General C++ resource sites.
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Templates (sometimes called generics in other programming languages) provide the ability to parametrize types and functions with types.