What is libstdc++
libstdc++ is a library of functions and classes that is an integral part of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) on Linux systems. It contains implementation code for standard C++ library functions, which are required by C++ programs to run. The library includes features such as input/output, strings, numeric algorithms, and memory management. It also contains support for various data structures and containers like arrays, vectors, maps, and sets. libstdc++ is typically installed alongside GCC, but it can also be installed separately as a package. It is an essential library for any Linux system that runs C++ programs or applications.
How to Install libstdc++ on CentOS
To install libstdc++ on CentOS, you can use the following command:
sudo yum install libstdc++
This will download and install the latest version of libstdc++ available in the default CentOS repository.
If you want to install a specific version of libstdc++, you can use the following command:
sudo yum install libstdc++-<version>
<version> with the version of libstdc++ that you want to install. You can find the available versions of libstdc++ by running the following command:
sudo yum list libstdc++*
This will list all available versions of libstdc++ in the repository, and you can choose the version you want to install.