C++ Development

Benefits Of Using C++

C++ is an object-oriented programming language. It is designed to allow the creation and manipulation of objects from the problem domain. Thus, C++ allows programmers to operate at a higher level of abstraction. This higher level of abstraction allows programmers to develop software in the language of the problem domain rather than in the language of the computer. The key to a good abstraction is deep knowledge of the problem domain. A good abstraction allows users to use an object in a relatively safe and predictable manner. It reduces the learning curve by providing a simple interface described in terms of the user's own vocabulary.

C++ is a multiparadigm language. This allows developers to choose the programming style that is right for the task at hand. For example, a traditional procedural style may be appropriate for performing a simple task such as writing the code within a small member function.

C++ software can be performance and memory efficient. For example, well-designed, object oriented software is normally comprehensible and therefore amenable to performance tuning. In addition, C++ has low-level facilities that allow a skilled C++ developer to obtain appropriate levels of performance.

C++ is backward compatible with C. This is useful in very large legacy systems where the migration to C++ normally occurs a few subsystems at a time rather than all at once. In particular, C++ backward compatibility makes it relatively inexpensive to compile C code with C++ compiler.

C++ is a huge language with a very broad base of users. This large user community has led to high quality compilers and other development tools for a wide range of systems.