This is my physical books library that I accumulated over the past couple years in Berlin. It's open for my friends to borrow from.
Offers information on using the C++ programming languge using the new C++11 standard, covering such topics as concurrency, facilities, standard libraries, and design techniques.
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I got this book to get a good view of the language as narrated by it's designer.
Before it I finished a tour to C++ book. which gave me a good idea of what C++20 looks like. So I expect this book to give me more details. I noticed that the latest edition doesn't cover C++17 and C++20 so I will have to get another book that covers these features or some online resources
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The first 5 chapters (part1) tirns out to be identical to the book "A tour to C++" which I have read right before this book.
The other book also covers c++20 features. So it's still worth buying untill this book is updated for cpp20
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After chapter 23 which introduced Templates. There are 6 chapters expanding on templates usage with generic programming concept, Metaprogramming and a whole chapter applying the concepts on coding a Matrix representation.
I found these chapters to be boring and skipped them.
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I like his choice of quotes