C++ Best Practices: A Forkable Standards Document - Jason Turner

A forkable coding standards and best practices document for C++.

C++ Best Practices

by Jason Turner

From the book

It (C++ Best Practices) compliments books such as Effective C++ (Meyers) and C++ Coding Standards (Alexandrescu, Sutter). We fill in some of the lower level details that they don't discuss and provide specific stylistic recommendations while also discussing how to ensure overall code quality.


This document is based on my personal experiences. You are not supposed to agree with it 100%. It exists as a book on github so that you can fork it for your own uses or submit back proposed changes for everyone to share.


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Leo Heinsaar said on May 19, 2015 01:19 AM:

Surely you meant "compl-E-ments"... :- )
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Jason Turner said on May 19, 2015 07:26 AM:

compliments / complements - yeesh. I'll fix the document too.