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C++

[′sē‚pləs‚pləs]
(computer science)
An object-oriented language that was created as an extension to the C language.

C++

(language)
One of the most used object-oriented languages, a superset of C developed primarily by Bjarne Stroustrup <bs@alice.att.com> at AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1986.

In C++ a class is a user-defined type, syntactically a struct with member functions. Constructors and destructors are member functions called to create or destroy instances. A friend is a nonmember function that is allowed to access the private portion of a class. C++ allows implicit type conversion, function inlining, overloading of operators and function names, and default function arguments. It has streams for I/O and references.

C++ 2.0 (May 1989) introduced multiple inheritance, type-safe linkage, pointers to members, and abstract classes.

C++ 2.1 was introduced in ["Annotated C++ Reference Manual", B. Stroustrup et al, A-W 1990].

MS-DOS, Unix ANSI C++ - X3J16 committee. (They're workin' on it).

See also cfront, LEDA, uC++.

Usenet newsgroup: news:comp.lang.c++.

["The C++ Programming Language", Bjarne Stroustrup, A-W, 1986].

C++

The object-oriented version of the C language. See C.
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Desde Coves de Vinroma, donde se encuentra el miliario con el numero CXX, la via limita a Torre Endomenech y Vilanova d'Alcolea, en este termino, en "Els Hostalots" se localiza la mansion de Ildum.
the same as Hymn CXX, which contains the rubric "As the 104th psalm.
Eiusmodi porro ueredariorum equis, seruitor meus ex Novuogardia Mosovuiam, interuallo 600 vuerst, hoc est CXX Ger.
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Dauril Alden, "The Significance of Cacao Production in the Amazon Region during the Late Colonial Period: An Essay in Comparative Economic History," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society CXX (1976): 103-135, suggests Mesoamerican production that may have totaled 3000 to 4000 metric tonnes per year at the turn of the seventeenth century was reduced to less than 700 tonnes annually by the turn of the eighteenth.
Vestibulum eius fuit, in quo colossus CXX pedum staret ipsius effigie; tanta laxitas, ut porticus triplices miliarias haberet; item stagnum maris instar, circumsaeptum aedificiis ad urbium speciem; rura insuper arvis atque vinetis et pascuis silvisque varia, cum multitudine omnis generis pecudum ac ferarum.
The Measurement of Productive Efficiency," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, CXX, Part 3, 1957, 253-290.
En la epistola CXX Jeronimo responde a una serie de agudas cuestiones planteadas por una tal Hedibia, en la tercera de ellas la dama le pregunta como es que los evangelistas cuentan cosas distintas sobre la resurreccion y aparicion del Senor, ya que Mateo (28,1) dice que resucito la tarde del sabado y Marco (16,1-2), al dia siguiente.
Gimenez, `Ceremonial y juegos de sociedad en la corte del Condestable Miguel Lucas de Iranzo', Boletin del Instituto de Estudios Giennenses, cxx (1984), pp.
Corp, 'The Court of James II and James III: a centre of Italian music in France, 1689-1712', Journal of the Royal Musical Association, cxx (1995), 216-31.