This is part 1 of the “C++11 Features” series.
I’ve finally started to look into the new features in C++11 and I thought it would be useful to jot down the highlights, for myself or anyone else who’s curious. Since there’s a lot of ground to cover, I’m going to look at each item in its own post — this one covers move semantics.
In C++ the
static keyword has quite a few wrinkles that may not be immediately apparently. One of them is related to constructor order, and I briefly describe it here.
I’ve always avoided C++ streams as they never seemed as convenient as printf() and friends for formatted output, but I’ve decided I should finally take the plunge.
Function template specialisation is a tricky beast — the short answer is, avoid it.
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