What is the STL

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I'm not a C++ coder, thus I have trouble comprehending the explanations on websites.

I'm not familiar with containers or iterators, and I have no aspirations to learn C++ in the near future.

So, to put it simply, what is the STL and what can it do for me?

How does it stack up against the Python Standard Library or glibc?
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