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What are the modern features of C++ programming we have today?
One of the most useful libraries is packed in Boost C++ Libraries. which is a set of C++ libraries that contains 164 individual libraries (as of version 1.76) that significantly expand the C++ programming language using template metaprogramming. In the first article, we explain how you can use boost libraries in C++.
In C++, the STL Standard Template Library has many algorithms for operations like searching, counting, and manipulation of ranges and their elements. In one of our posts you can learn a C++ feature called
std::map where you can map pair elements with an appropriate C++ IDE and compiler. One of its powerful modifiers of
insert(). In another article, we will explain how to use the C++
In computer hardware and software, a ‘bit’ is the smallest unit of data, and as programmers, we use them in every single character of our code lines and more. A
std::bitset is a modern feature to use to manipulate a set of bits in C++. In another article, we explain what a bit is and how you can use
std::bitset in modern C++.
Finally today, one of the most used and very useful things in C++ is
std::vector. If you know arrays in C such as
std::array, then vectors are a modern and very flexible form of arrays in C++, in some ways they are like modern linked lists. If you want to use arrays there is also
std:::array. In the final article, we describe the differences between
std::array in C++.
In our round-up post this week, we explain all above. Here are the topics today:
- What Are The Boost C++ Libraries?
- This Is How To Use std::map In Modern C++
- How To Use Insert In std::map In Modern C++
- Learn Bits and How To Use std::bitset In C++
- What Are The Differences Between Vector And Array In C++?
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Learn with examples about modern features of C++ programming in this week
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