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A History of C by Chuck C and OOP Upon inception C provided an advanced high-level programming language that was instrumental in developing powerful applications for Microsoft Windows as well as many Linux environments and other well-known operating systems C quickly became the standard language for commercial software development Oualine OOP an abbreviation for object-oriented programming is simply code that attempts to place a new layer of abstraction between the programmer and the data he is working with this layer will help the programmer develop better code more quickly than he could do before McHale OOP languages must include four fundamental concepts before it may reasonably be defined as object-oriented O-O encapsulation polymorphism inheritance and the ability to be dynamic McHale C C was designed and implemented by Bjarne Stroustrup of ATT Bell Labs His development originally called C with classes was a marriage between a language called Simula67 with object-orientated features and C which was powerful and efficient in its design Fortran John Backus at IBM developed Fortran in 1956 Fortran an abbreviation and acronym for FORmula TRANslation system is generally considered to be the first high-level programming language Early versions of this language would be largely criticized today there were a few problems like the program layout which had to obey certain criteria like an 80 character maximum line the length of a punch card on which the programs were often written Parsons and the first six columns were reserved for labels and comments denoted by the keyword C however this language influenced every language used today in the programming community in some way A sample Fortran program would look like this the
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