“Modern C++” != “New(est) Standard”--Arne Mertz

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“Modern C++” != “New(est) Standard”

by Arne Mertz

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The term “Modern C++” is often used interchangeably with “Code using the new C++ standard”. Here, “new” may be anything from C++11 to C++17 or even whatever is available of C++20 right now. I think that modern C++ is more and something different than just adding that -std=c++17 flag.

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