Writing more generic programs using concepts
Overcoming the deficiency of legacy headers and macros with modules
Using algorithms that operate directly on containers
Writing asynchronous programs that are highly valuable in event-driven systems
This course is your complete guide to the latest version of C++: C++20. You will run through the flagship features of C++20 but also every minor addition to C++. Initially, you will learn the details of the new standard and most notably, you will focus on the big f...
A Quick Overview of C++20
Three-way Comparison Operator
New Keywords: consteval and constinit
New Attributes in C++20
Further Improvements in Core Language
The ranges Library
Calendar and Time Zones
Further Improvements in Standard Library
Latches and Barriers
Synchronized Output Streams
C++23 or Later
Feature Testing of C++
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