Hello everyone. With the C++11 standards, the move constructor allows you to move the resources from one object to another object without copying them. In this post we have gathered together some recent C++ articles from LearnCPlusPlus.org about Move Constructors. All of the C++ examples in these posts can be used with C++ Builder Enterprise, Architect, Professional Editions, or the free version C++ Builder 11 CE Community Edition.
Our standard C++ examples can also be used with Dev-C++, BCC C++ Compilers, and some other compilers such as the GCC compiler. If you just starting out on your C++ journey and want to jump to a modern IDE and C++ compiler, there is a free version of C++ Builder, C++ Builder 11 CE Community Edition released in April 2023. If you are a start-up developer, student, hobbyist, or just interested in learning to code then the C++ Builder Community Edition may well be just the thing for you.
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Where can I learn to code in C++ with a free C++ compiler?
If you don’t know anything about C++ or the C++ Builder IDE, don’t worry, we have a lot of great examples on the LearnCPlusPlus.org website and they’re all completely free. Just visit this site and copy and paste any examples there into a new Console, VCL, or FMX project, depending on the type of post. We keep adding more C and C++ posts with sample code. In today’s round-up of recent posts on LearnCPlusPlus.org, we have new articles with very simple examples that can be used with:
- The free version of C++ Builder 11 CE Community Edition
- or the professional, full-featured C++ Builder
- or free BCC32C C++ Compiler and BCC32X C++ Compiler
- or the free Dev-C++
How to use a move constructor in C++ with C++ Builder CE?
The Move Constructor is one of the great features of Object Oriented Programming in C++. The move constructor allows you to move the resources from one object to another object without copying them. One of the move constructors is the Implicitly-defined Move Constructor which is defined or defaulted in a base class, and in the first post, we explain the Implicitly-defined Move Constructor in Modern C++. https://learncplusplus.org/what-is-an-implicitly-defined-move-constructor-in-modern-c/
Another move constructor is the Implicitly-declared Move Constructor, which is declared in a base class. In the next post we explain the implicitly-declared move constructor in Modern C++. https://learncplusplus.org/what-is-an-implicitly-declared-move-constructor-in-modern-c/
There is also an Eligible Move Constructor. In the next post, we explain an eligible move constructor in modern C++. https://learncplusplus.org/what-is-an-eligible-move-constructor-in-modern-c/
The other move constructor term is the Trivial Move Constructor which is defined or defaulted in a base class. We explain what a trivial move constructor in C++ is and how to use it. https://learncplusplus.org/what-is-a-trivial-move-constructor-in-modern-c/
Finally, the other move constructor is the Deleted Implicitly-declared Move Constructor (also it is shown in compiler errors as Implicitly-deleted Move Constructor) which is deleted in a base class directly or has been deleted because of some other declarations. In the last post, we explain the implicitly-declared move Constructor in Modern C++.
How to learn C++ for free with C++ Builder CE?
LearnCPlusPlus.org has been producing full of educational daily articles about C and modern C++ that can be used with C++ Builder, C++ Builder CE, Dev-C++, BCC Compiler and some other compilers such as the GCC compiler. Here are our post picks for today.
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What is new in C++ Builder CE?
C++ Builder 11 CE which is the free Edition of C++ Builder has been recently released. Embarcadero has made available a Community Edition license for the most recent 11.3 release of Delphi and C++Builder. This is a free edition of either Delphi or C++Builder for students, hobbyists, and startups (as the license is revenue-limited).
What might be next for C++ Builder?
According to David Millington’s post, C++ Builder is aiming to include some amazing features; CLANG v15, support for C++20 and a lot of C++23 features, Win64 primary OS, new code completion, Visual Assist C++ navigation and refactoring, and lots more.
Note that Embarcadero announced the release of RAD Studio 11 Alexandria Release 3, also known as RAD Studio 11.3, along with Delphi 11.3 and C++Builder 11.3. This release is focused on quality and improvements, building on the great new features in RAD Studio 11 Alexandria three previous releases.
C++ Builder is the easiest and fastest C and C++ IDE for building simple or professional applications on the Windows, MacOS, iOS & Android operating systems. It is also easy for beginners to learn with its wide range of samples, tutorials, help files, and LSP support for code. RAD Studio’s C++ Builder version comes with the award-winning VCL framework for high-performance native Windows apps and the powerful FireMonkey (FMX) framework for cross-platform UIs.
There is a free C++ Builder Community Edition for students, beginners, and startups; it can be downloaded from here. For professional developers, there are Professional, Architect, or Enterprise version.