Subtitled “An Objects-Natural Approach”, this book has been written for programmers with a background in another high-level language. Paul and Harvey Deitel look at modern C++ development hands on using C++20 and its “Big Four” features – Ranges, Concepts, Modules and Coroutines.
The book contains over 200, hands-on, real-world code examples, designed to show modern C++ coding idioms using popular compilers – Visual C++, GNU g++, Apple Xcode and LLVM /Clang.
Author: Paul and Harvey Deitel
Date: April 2022
Audience: Developers wanting to learn C++
- Coverage of C++20’s “Big Four”: Ranges, Concepts, Modules and Coroutines
- Objects-Natural Approach: Use standard libraries and open-source libraries to build significant applications with minimal code
- Hundreds of real-world, live-code examples
- Modern C++: C++20, 17, 14, 11 and a look to C++23
- Compilers: Visual C++, GNU g++, Apple Xcode Clang, LLVM/Clang
- Docker: GNU GCC, LLVM/Clang
- Fundamentals: Control statements, functions, strings, references, pointers, files, exceptions
- Object-oriented programming: Classes, objects, inheritance, runtime and static polymorphism, operator overloading, copy/move semantics, RAII, smart pointers
- Functional-style programming: C++20 Ranges and Views, lambda expressions
- Generic programming: Templates, C++20 Concepts and metaprogramming
- C++20 Modules: Large-Scale Development
- Concurrent programming: Concurrency, multithreading, parallel algorithms, C++20 Coroutines, coroutines support libraries, C++23 executors
- Future: A look forward to Contracts, range-based parallel algorithms, standard library coroutine support and more
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