Learn how to program in C++, the powerful successor of C used in data science, machine learning, and large applications.
C++ improves on some C types, like strings. Here's a look at some of the most common types in C++.
Pointer manipulation is a unique aspect of both C and C++. It allows you to interact closely with memory in your program, finely controlling how data moves in your program.
C++ adds the new and free keywords, which makes memory allocation simpler than in C.
Object Oriented Programming
One of the main features added to C++ from C is support for object oriented programming. Here's an example showing how classes can be used in C++.