I created a repository for the source code. It's on GitHub and has the name ModernesCppSource:
This repository includes also the English examples from my German blog http://www.grimm-jaud.de/index.php/blog. The posts will follow.
The names of the files in the repo corresponds to the name of the files used in the examples of the posts. You can find the name of the file in the first line on the examples.
To find the source code in the repo, look at the header of the source file in the post.
std::cout << "ModernesCpp.com" << std::endl;
So there is a file Modernes.cpp in the source directory of the GitHub Repo ModernesCppSource.
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