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C++14 is done -- here's what's new

Serdar Yegulalp | Aug. 20, 2014
ISO draft international standard for latest version of C++ has been approved and expands on features introduced in C++11.

Despite all this, Stroustrup remains confident that C++ will continue to thrive, thanks to its speed and breadth of support -- both with programmers and with the standards body that pushes it forward.

"People have been predicting its demise quite enthusiastically for more than 20 years," he told InfoWorld last week, "but it's still growing. Basically, nothing that can handle complexity runs as fast as C++."

Source: InfoWorld

 

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