Standard libraries in c++

Standard libraries in c++are explained here .The standard libraries in c++ can be categorized into two parts are The Standard Function Library and the Object Oriented Class Library.

The Standard Function Library: This library consists of general-purpose,stand-alone functions that are not part of any class. The function library is inherited from C.
The Object Oriented Class Library: This is a collection of classes and associated functions.

standard libraries in c++  incorporated with all the Standard C libraries also, with small inclusions and changes to support type safety.

The Standard Function Library:

The standard function library is seperated into the following categories:

  • I/O
  • String and character handling
  • Mathematical
  • Time, date, and localization
  • Dynamic allocation
  • Miscellaneous
  • Wide-character functions

The Object Oriented Class Library:

Standard C++ Object Oriented Library defines an extensive set of classes that provide support for a number of common activities, including I/O, strings, and numeric processing. The library includes the following:

  • The Standard C++ I/O Classes
  • The String Class
  • The Numeric Classes
  • The STL Container Classes
  • The STL Algorithms
  • The STL Function Objects
  • The STL Iterators
  • The STL Allocators
  • The Localization library
  • Exception Handling Classes
  • Miscellaneous Support Library