Raw and Cooked

C++11 has user-defined literals for characters, C strings, integers, and floating-point numbers. For integers and floating-point numbers, they are available in raw and cooked form. Thanks to C++14 we have built-in literals for binary numbers, C++ strings, complex numbers, and time units.

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User-Defined Literals

User-defined literals are a unique feature in all mainstream programming languages. They empower you to combine values with units.

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Published at Leanpub: The C++ Standard Library

Just published: The C++ Standard Library: What every professional C++ programmer should know about the C++ standard library.

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I'm proud to present: The C++ Standard Library

The C++ Standard Library: All you have to know as a professional programmer about the C++ library.

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Compare and Modify Types

The type-traits library empowers you to compare and modify types. All is done at compile time therefore there is no performance penalty.

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Check Types

Template Metaprogramming is programming at compile time. But what has template metaprogramming in common with the type-traits library? A lot! The type-traits library is pure template metaprogramming, tamed in a library. With this post, my presentation of the type-traits library becomes more structured.

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More and More Save

In the post Statically checked I wrote that the functions of the type-traits library are an ideal fit for static_assert. The reason is that static_assert requires a constant expression. The functions of the type-traits library provide a lot of checks which can be performed at compile time. With these posts, I will prove my statement.

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Statically Checked

static_assert is the tool in modern C++ to make your code safe.

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{}-Initialization

The initialization of variables was uniformed in C++11. The rule is quite simple. {}-Initialization is always applicable. 

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auto-matically inititialized

Probably the most frequently used feature of C++11 is auto. Thanks to auto the compiler determines the type of a variable from its initializer. But what is the point with safety-critical software? 

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