C++ is a high-level cross-platform general-purpose programming language. It was created at Bell Labs by Bjarne Stroustrup as an extension to the C programming language. C++ employed the object-oriented programming concepts introduced in the 1960s with the Simula 1 and Simula 67 languages. Bjarne Stroustrup described the language as a general-purpose programming language with a bias towards systems programming that is a better C and supports data abstraction, object-oriented programming, and generic programming. C++ is a language for defining and using lightweight abstractions. It supports user-defined functions, and the source code is easy to read. C++ is portable, scalable, and compatible with C programs. It is object-oriented, includes memory management, and allows for low-level manipulation. Finally, C++ has a large community support, making it relatively easy to find resources.