C++ Links #21
Take a look at some of the latest C++-related news and resources from this past week.
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Welcome to new C++ Links, where I present the most important and useful articles, podcasts and videos from this past week.
This week we have a massive update on the upcoming C++ Standard. Then you can also read about the history of lambdas, smart iterators, and more.
Here's the list:
- The Winter ISO C++ Committee Meeting has just ended. C++20 is now feature complete! Great news came from Kona! Most importantly, we will have modules and coroutines in C++20! A detailed report can be found on Reddit.
- Jonathan Boccara continues the series about smart iterators. In this week he published two articles, "Is Unzip a Special Case of Transform?" and, "Partitioning Data with Output Iterators in C++."
- A new edition of Overload Magazine is available! Inside you will find a few interesting articles, like one talking about why you shouldn't use
std::endland another detailing five reasons why
Bonus link: All videos from Meeting C++ are finally available!
The links are brought to you by Wojciech Razik. If you know Polish, take a look at cpp-polska.pl where Wojtek is one of the co-authors. Also, check out the free edition of his book, "C++ 17 in Detail."
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