Posts Tagged ‘c++11 rocks’
I’ve published the second update of the C++11 Rocks – GCC Edition beta book today.
The following chapters have now been edited and proofread:
- Type Inference
- Lambda Expressions
- Template Features
- Class Features
- The Dream of Uniform Initialization
- Move Semantics
- Perfect Forwarding Problem and Solution
- constexpr Mechanism
- Range-based for Loop
You can now get the beta version of the Visual Studio 2013 edition of my book, C++11 Rocks.
The book covers all of the C++11 features provided by the VS2013 compiler and standard library.
What’s more, it covers the available C++14 features too. Admittedly, there’s just a handful of them for …Read More
The Visual Studio 2013 C++ compiler has a number of new C++11 features. I’d like to give you a quick overview of these features using examples from the upcoming VS2013 edition of my book, C++11 Rocks.
1. Variadic templates
Before C++11, if you wanted a template which could work with a variable …Read More
If you build your projects with GCC as well as Visual Studio, you can now get the beta version of the GCC edition of my book, C++11 Rocks.
The book covers all of the C++11 language features. They are all supported by GCC as of version 4.8.1.
The …Read More
Hot on the heels of the final version of the Visual Studio 2012 edition, I’ve released an update to the VS2010 edition. Here is the change list:
L13: mention that is_copy_constructible type trait isn’t implemented
L14: correct notes about make_signed/make_unsigned behavior – they’re only expected …