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The ISO/IEC 14882 international standard for C++ defines the standard C++ library, a collection of algorithms, containers, iterators, and other fundamental components of every piece of software, essential for writing C++ programs.

The Apache C++ Standard Library project (code name stdcxx, pronounced "standard C++ library") develops and maintains an implementation of the standard C++ library.

The goal of the Apache C++ Standard Library is to provide a free implementation of the ISO/IEC 14882 international standard for C++ that enables source code portability and consistent behavior of programs across all major hardware implementations, operating systems, and compilers, open source and commercial alike.

An additional goal is to achieve maximum implementation efficiency on each platform by taking advantage of platform-specific high-performance facilities and features which are often unique to the type of hardware, the operating system or the compiler.

The C++ Standard Library Wiki supports the Apache C++ Standard Library Project.

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