Next C++ generation: C++11

Introducing C++11: Next iteration of programming language passes review

(PhysOrg.com) — This past week in Madrid, Spain, the next iteration of the C++ programming language, C++11, passed review by the technical standards committee.

“The new standard provides language features that make it easier to write correct and well-performing code in C++ together with more standard libraries. For example, C++11 provides facilities for writing concurrent code (e.g. for multicore machines) in a type safe-manner. The improved language facilities are focused on allowing better specification and use of abstractions (classes and templates). Examples are a more efficient way of getting results out of functions (move semantic), better facilities for object initialization, and a simpler for loop. Examples of new library components are hash tables, threads, and regular expression matching.”


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