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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 109. Chapters: Bjarne Stroustrup, Comparison of Java and C++, Template, Header file, Andrei Alexandrescu... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 109. Chapters: Bjarne Stroustrup, Comparison of Java and C++, Template, Header file, Andrei Alexandrescu, C++0x, Operators in C and C++, Name mangling, C++ classes, Virtual function, Microsoft Visual C++ Name Mangling, Placement syntax, Boost C++ Libraries, Decltype, Template metaprogramming, Compatibility of C and C++, Concepts, Sizeof, Copy constructor, Reference, Opaque pointer, Database Management Library, Typedef, POCO C++ Libraries, Virtual inheritance, Carbide.c++, Return value optimization, Alexander Stepanov, Precompiled header, String, Wide character, Inner class, One Definition Rule, Curiously recurring template pattern, ACCU, Undefined behavior, Argument-dependent name lookup, Sequence point, New, ODB, Expression templates, Assignment operator, Circular dependency, Dev-C++, Copy elision, Ios, Pragma once, Substitution failure is not an error, The lexer hack, Typename, Run-time type information, Most vexing parse, Special member functions, Erase-remove idiom, David Abrahams, Variadic macro, Edison Design Group, Rule of three, CodeSynthesis XSD, Typeid, Plain old data structure, Fstream, Functional, Single Compilation Unit, Dynamic cast, Pete Becker, Delete, Herb Sutter, Loki, Seekg, Scott Meyers, E. Balagurusamy, Partial template specialization, OpenC++, AspectC++, C++ Report, Header-only, Prefix header, Significantly Prettier and Easier C++ Syntax, Tech Edge, CFLAGS, Exception guarantees, List of C++ multi-threading libraries, List of C++ template libraries, Ifstream, Traits class, Pro C, GNU E, Plain Old C++ Object, Mophun, BCX, ObjectCenter, Dominance, Auto-linking, Mentat. Excerpt: C++0x (pronounced "see plus plus oh ex") is the unofficial name of the planned new standard for the C++ programming language (originally, finalization was expected in 2008 or 2009, but the "0x" was retained). C++0x is intended to replace the existing C++ standard, ISO/IEC 14882, which was published in 1998 and updated in 2003. These predecessors are informally but commonly known as C++98 and C++03. The new standard will include several additions to the core language and will extend the C++ standard library, incorporating most of the C++ Technical Report 1 (TR1) libraries most likely with the exception of the library of mathematical special functions. Since the standard is not yet finalized, this article may not reflect the most recent state of C++0x. The first working draft international standard was published in August 2010 (N3126), with the last working draft being (N3291) dated 5 April 2011. In their March 2011 meeting, the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG21 C++ Standards Committee voted C++0x (N3290) to Final Draft International Standard (FDIS) status. This means that this final draft, dated 11 April 2011, is ready for review and approval by the ISO; the final specification is expected to be published sometime in mid-2011. To be able to finish closer to schedule, the Committee decided to focus its efforts on the solutions introduced up until 2006 and ignore newer proposals. The modifications for C++ will involve both the core language and the standard library. In the development of every utility of the new standard, the committee has applied some directives: Attention to beginners is considered important, because they will always compose the majority of computer programmers, and because many beginners would not intend to extend their knowledge of , limiting themselves to operate in the aspects of the language in which they a...

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Titel: C++
Untertitel: Bjarne Stroustrup, Comparison of Java and C++, Template, Header file, Andrei Alexandrescu, C++0x, Operators in C and C++, Name mangling, C++ classes, Virtual function, Microsoft Visual C++ Name Mangling, Placement syntax
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EAN: 9781156415351
ISBN: 978-1-156-41535-1
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 110
Gewicht: 228g
Größe: H6mm x B246mm x T189mm
Jahr: 2013

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