Introduction to modern C++

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C++ isn’t an “old” style programming language anymore. With the entry of C++11 and upcoming versions, the C++ language has gone to a whole new level, which primarily focuses on clear, flexible semantics.

For folks who are unaware of the happenings in the C++ world, C++ previously used to follow the standards set up in 1998. Afterwards, C++ was modified with minor changes, most famous of them known as the TR1 (Technical Report 1), which has now been incorporated into the standards.

C++11 was a major milestone in the C++ world, with a host of features. This set a baseline for further modern versions of C++ to follow.

C++14 will be introducing a lot of minor changes to the C++11 standard, and then the C++17 milestone will be a major one.

To keep abreast of the happenings in the C++ world, check out the official site

A post regarding some modern C++ features will be up soon.


Vivek Prajapati

A moderate level programmer interested in administration and Arduino. Familiar with C++, Java, PHP, C# with my favourite being C++. Just finished my bachelor's degree in IT.

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  1. james June 19, 2014 at 7:35 pm

    Nice Job. Thank you for sharing how far this programming language has come. -James

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