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  • Title C++ Core Guidelines
  • Author(s) Bjarne Stroustrup (editor), Herb Sutter (editor)
  • Publisher: Standard C++ Foundation and GitHub
  • License(s): MIT-style License
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  • Language: English
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The aim of the guidelines is to help people to use modern C++ effectively. By "modern C++" we mean C++11, C++14, and C++17. In other words, what would you like your code to look like in 5 years' time, given that you can start now? In 10 years' time?

The guidelines are focused on relatively higher-level issues, such as interfaces, resource management, memory management, and concurrency. Such rules affect application architecture and library design. Following the rules will lead to code that is statically type-safe, has no resource leaks, and catches many more programming logic errors than is common in code today. And it will run fast -- you can afford to do things right.

About the Authors
  • Bjarne Stroustrup is a Danish computer scientist, who is most notable for the creation and development of the C++ programming language.[5] He is a visiting professor at Columbia University, and works at Morgan Stanley as a Managing Director in New York.
  • Herb Sutter is a prominent C++ expert. He is also a book author and was a columnist for Dr. Dobb's Journal. He joined Microsoft in 2002 as a platform evangelist for Visual C++ .NET, rising to lead software architect for C++/CLI.
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