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  2. "Hello, World!" program - Wikipedia

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    A "Hello, World!" program is generally a simple computer program which outputs (or displays) to the screen (often the console) a message similar to "Hello, World!" while ignoring any user input. A small piece of code in most general-purpose programming languages, this program is used to illustrate a language's basic syntax.

  3. C++ - Wikipedia

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    C++ provides more than 35 operators, covering basic arithmetic, bit manipulation, indirection, comparisons, logical operations and others. Almost all operators can be overloaded for user-defined types, with a few notable exceptions such as member access (. and .*) as well as the conditional operator.

  4. Programming language - Wikipedia

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    Programming language. A programming language is a system of notation for writing computer programs. [1] The source code for a simple computer program written in the C programming language. The gray lines are comments that help explain the program to humans in a natural language. When compiled and run, it will give the output "Hello, world!".

  5. GNU Compiler Collection - Wikipedia

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    The GNU Compiler Collection ( GCC) is an optimizing compiler produced by the GNU Project supporting various programming languages, hardware architectures and operating systems. The Free Software Foundation (FSF) distributes GCC as free software under the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL). GCC is a key component of the GNU toolchain and the ...

  6. C (programming language) - Wikipedia

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    C Programming at Wikibooks. C ( pronounced / ˈsiː / – like the letter c) [6] is a general-purpose computer programming language. It was created in the 1970s by Dennis Ritchie, and remains very widely used and influential. By design, C's features cleanly reflect the capabilities of the targeted CPUs. It has found lasting use in operating ...

  7. Low-level programming language - Wikipedia

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    A low-level programming language is a programming language that provides little or no abstraction from a computer's instruction set architecture —commands or functions in the language map that are structurally similar to processor's instructions. Generally, this refers to either machine code or assembly language.

  8. Operators in C and C++ - Wikipedia

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    Operators in C and C++. This is a list of operators in the C and C++ programming languages. All the operators (except typeof) listed exist in C++; the column "Included in C", states whether an operator is also present in C. Note that C does not support operator overloading . When not overloaded, for the operators &&, ||, and , (the comma ...

  9. Operator overloading - Wikipedia

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    Operator overloading is syntactic sugar, and is used because it allows programming using notation nearer to the target domain [1] and allows user-defined types a similar level of syntactic support as types built into a language. It is common, for example, in scientific computing, where it allows computing representations of mathematical objects ...