int is the most basic type in C++. The value type, a type used to hold numbers, is the default data type for variables. The integer value of a variable is the number that the variable holds.
C is a computer program. The C language is a programming language.
The goal of C, at least for int, is to be able to read, manipulate, and store numbers as quickly as possible. C is a very high level language with very little syntactic structure. It’s very easy to get a hang of – you don’t need to do any programming to be able to understand C.
C is a low level language with no structure. In fact, as you learn the ins and outs of C by writing code, you will find it difficult to believe that you are learning a high level language. The amount of structure that is required for C is minimal. The typical way to learn C is through writing code.
You may find that, if you really get into it, you are left with very little structure. When you program in C, you have to remember what each function does, and what its parameters are. This is quite a hassle, and you will discover that writing a function is just as important as writing code. For example, to create a function that takes integer and returns an integer, you will need to write a function called intToInteger.
The other thing that you will learn is that the language is very forgiving in many cases. If you write a function that takes a vector of integers and returns another vector of integers, the compiler will accept the function as being valid. This is because the compiler has a very deep understanding of the program itself and all the parts that comprise it.
You will likely be disappointed to learn that the compiler does not support all of the features of the language, but that is likely to change in the year 2038 as the language is updated.
The compiler will not support all of the features of the program. One of the most common reasons for this is that the language does not support all of the features that the programmer had in mind when they wrote the program. For example, the compiler only supports vector type sizes between 0 and 5. It will not support vector types of more than 1 element, or vectors of more than 5 elements.
It is also worth noting that the compiler might not even be available in a year or so. In that case the programmer would have to write the code in a language where the compiler does not exist, or write it in a language where the compiler is not available.
The compiler has to be written in C++, of course.