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C++11: Advanced Techniques and C++14 Preview


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
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Overview/Description
The next C++ standard is known as the C++14 standard. This course aims to familiarize the C++ programmer with C++11 features such as lambda expressions, smart pointers and valarray, as well as some of the upcoming language changes introduced in the C++14 standard.

Target Audience
Individuals with C++ programming experience who wish to learn how to use features such as lambda expressions, smart pointers, and Valarray in C++11 and preview the language changes introduced in C++14.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
1.5

Lesson Objectives

C++11: Advanced Techniques and C++14 Preview

  • start the course
  • use lambda expressions in C++
  • use the capture list in C++
  • use the stl::for_each expression in C++
  • use stl::sort expression in C++
  • recognize smart pointers in C++
  • use the shared pointer in C++
  • use the unique pointer in C++
  • use the weak pointer in C++
  • use valarray in C++
  • use valarray operations in C++
  • use valarray slices in C++
  • recognize the main features and updates included in C++14
  • use lambda capture expressions in C++14
  • use function return type deduction in C++14
  • use updated constant expressions in C++14
  • use binary literals and literal suffixes in C++14
  • use the appropriate techniques for C++11 and C++14 applications
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