Notebook C++ - Tips and Tricks with Templates is available as paperpack

One of my long-term book projects, Notebook C++ - Tips and Tricks with Templates, is now available as a paperback version on Amazon.

Notebook C++ - Tips and Tricks with Templates cover

More information at andreasfertig.com/books/notebookcpp-tips-and-tricks-with-templates/ or directly on Amazon. The ebook versions (PDF, mobi) are still available on Leanpub.

Here is the table of contents:

  • Contents
  • Notes by Standard at a Glance
    • Notes belonging to C++11
    • Notes belonging to C++17
    • Notes belonging to C++20
  • Tips and Tricks with Templates
    • Note 1: Know the name
    • Note 2: Templates can have type and non-type parameters
    • Note 3: When to use typename, when class
    • Note 4: The parts of a variadic template
    • Note 5: There are no implicit conversions for template parameters
    • Note 6: Alias template for clean TMP
    • Note 7: Variable template for clean TMP
    • Note 8: The trailing-return-type with decltypeand void()
    • Note 9: Use declvalwhen you need to construct a type for testing during compile-time
    • Note 10: What void_tdoes
    • Note 11: Keep that array's size
    • Note 12: There is no else if in C++
    • Note 13: More useful than it appears: always_false
    • Note 14: Prefer autoas NTTP to reduce redundancy
    • Note 15: Block template argument deduction
    • Note 16: Fold expressions and the comma operator
    • Note 17: Poor men's fold expressions
    • Note 18: From an array to a pack
    • Note 19: From an array to a pack with templated lambda
    • Note 20: Create objects in place for direct use
    • Note 21: Guidelines for efficient use of templates
    • Note 22: Put enable_ifon the return type
    • Note 23: enable_ifand how to disable a member function
    • Note 24: How to disable a special member function
  • Acronyms
  • Bibliography
  • Index