Easier To Use, And More Expressive—Tony DaSilva

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Here is some reasonning of the new standard:

Easier To Use, And More Expressive

by Tony DaSilva

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One of the goals for each evolutionary increment in C++ is to decrease the probability of an average programmer from making mistakes by supplanting “old style” features/idioms with new, easier to use, and more expressive alternatives. The following code sample attempts to show an example of this evolution from C++98/03 to C++11 to C++14...

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