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3-tages Schulung: Programmieren mit C++20

Du hast Interesse an C++20, weil Du ... [...]
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Programming with C++20 book quiz - The winners

Thank you to everyone who participated in the C++20 book quiz! I was amazed by the number of answers and the answers you all provided. [...]
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C++20 ranges benefits: avoid dangling pointers

In my last monthly post, C++20 benefits: consistency with ranges, we looked at what ranges do for us when it comes to consistency and how we can get the same level of consistency [...]
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Programming with C++20 book quiz

Today I like to announce a C++20 book quiz. [...]
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C++20 benefits: consistency with ranges

You all probably already have heard of C++20's ranges. With ranges-v3, Eric Niebler provided us with a solution already, independent of C++20. In this post, I like to shed some [...]
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Can I touch a moved-from object

In this blog post, I try to bring you a topic closer that was already discussed and written about multiple times: move semantics. Just to give you two references: [...]
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C++20: Five Features in Five Weeks

You may have noticed that I offer a new class, C++20: Five Features in Five Weeks. Today I like to tell you a bit about the background of this class. [...]
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Something you should know about structured bindings

Today's post is partially about C++ Insights and a lesson learned. Last week Dawid Pilarski opened issue #381 for C++ Insights. [...]
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Clang and gcc on macOS Catalina - Finding the include paths

macOS 10.15 alias Catalina is out since the end of 2019, but I usually wait a while before I upgrade. Last week I took this step and did it, assuming most issues are either solved [...]
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Under the covers of C++ lambdas - Part 3: Generic lambdas

In this post, we are continuing to explore lambdas and comparing them to function objects. In the previous posts, Under the covers of C++ lambdas - Part 1: The static invoker, we [...]