The new standard of C++ is being released and it exposes a lot of features. Starting this post, I will write about such new features, how they are used and their benefits.
Some bits of history: The last published C++ standard is called C++03 and was published, oh surprise!, in 2003. Since such day, a lot of compilers implemented the features described by that standard. The standard committee continued to work on the next standard and they codenamed it C++0x. The ‘x’ meant it should have been published between 2003 and 2009 but it was not released in such dates; so, the people started to joke saying the ‘x’ means TEN in roman notation or the same Bjarne Stroustrup joked on it saying the ‘x’ stands for any hexadecimal value ;)
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