I am a programmer in C and C++, although I don't stick to either language and write a mixture of the two. Sometimes having code in classes, possibly with operator overloading, or templates and the oh ...
There's recently some voice about C++ renaissance, among which the most noteworthy one is from Herb Sutter, Chairman of the C++ Standard Committee. You can search for "C++ renaissance" on Google and ...
Given C++('11) has lambdas now, will there be any LINQ like higher order function library officially supported later? Is there any such library now being used in any production level code? Obviously ...
I have heard that there will be a lot of changes done in C++ because of the new standard (C++0x). My question is: What are the major changes, and will C++0x be compatible with C++ 98 and C ?
C\C++ specifications leave out a large number of behaviors open for compilers to implement in their own way. There are a number of questions that always keep getting asked here about the same and we ...
What is the necessity to use lambda functions and expressions in C++? Can you explain or show through examples how to use lambda functions and expressions? I already gone through the related ...
Will the portions of Boost that are incorporated into the new C++ standard continue to be developed?
What will happen to the portions of the Boost library that are incorporated into the new C++ standard? Will they continue to evolve and any changes be reincorporated into the standard which follows ...
I've just been compiling some of my own code with the -std=c++0x flag in GCC, as I want to vaguely keep up with what all the young folks are doing (provided they stay of my lawn), and I ended up with ...