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written to the 2014 version of the C++ standard. Use in conjunction with the 'c++' tag.
written to the 2017 version of the C++ standard. Use in conjunction with the 'c++' tag.
an informal name for the C++ standard that will come after C++14. It is targeted for approval in 2017.
written to the 2020 version of the C++ standard. Use in conjunction with the 'c++' tag.
written to the 1998 version of the C++ standard. Use in conjunction with the 'c++' tag.
based on C++, modified to allow compilation of a mixture of native code and code for Microsoft's Common Language Infrastructure (CLI). It replaces Microsoft's Managed Extensions for C++, wh…
a standard for the C programming language. It replaces the previous C99 standard. C11 added type-generic expressions, alignment support, static assertions, library support for multithreading an…
for questions regarding the international standard ISO 9899:1990, also known as "C89", "C90" or "ANSI C", with amendments and technical corrigenda (as opposed to K&R C, C99, C11 or later C…
a standard for the C programming language. It replaces the previous C89 standard, and is succeeded by the C11 standard. C99 added inline functions, C++-style comments, allows intermingled decla…
a component that transparently stores data so that future requests for that data can be served faster.
a trivial method to obfuscate text by substituting each character with it successor (or nth successor). Use this tag for questions involving a Caesar cipher or toy-grade ciphers of …
a rapid development framework for PHP that provides an extensible architecture for developing, maintaining, and deploying applications. It uses commonly known design patterns like MVC and O…
for questions about calculators.
facility to save a piece of code so that it may be invoked later in the current environment (Typically in response to an event)
a drawing element introduced to web development with HTML5.
a type of challenge-response test used in computing as an attempt to ensure that the response is not generated by a computer.
a highly scalable, eventually consistent, distributed, structured row/column store.
a process where an object type is explicitly converted into another type if the conversion is allowed.
an Objective-C language feature that allows adding methods to an existing class in a different implementation unit without subclassing. They should not be confused with class extensions.
a discrete model studied in computability theory.
the main scripting language for the ColdFusion web application platform. In addition to Adobe's ColdFusion server, CFML code can also run on the JVM, the .NET framework, Google App Engine, Rai…
Common Gateway Interface — a standard for webservers to invoke commands to handle HTTP requests. (For computer-generated imagery, use the [graphics] tag instead.)
to find the minimum number of bills and coins that total to a given sum of money.
to talk in a friendly and informal way. A chatroom is a place where two or more users can post messages to talk with each other. A chat service is a service providing two or more users with…
A group of strategy board games in which two players perform diagonal moves to capture their opponent's pieces.
a fixed-size datum computed from an arbitrary block of digital data for the purpose of detecting accidental errors that may have been introduced during its transmission or st…
an object-oriented HTTP framework for Python
for concepts involving the game of Chess.
For code that manages processes (child processes) spawned by other processes (parent processes).
a strongly timed music programming language with deterministic multithreading.
an open source derivative of the MicroPython programming language targeted towards the student and beginner.
A circular list may be implemented using a fixed-size array (a ring buffer) or a linked list.
Core to Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), a class is a template for creating new objects that describes the common state(s) and behavior(s).