The design of C++0x


Bjarne (no last name needed on a C++ oriented blog) posted this article in the May edition of the C/C++ Users Journal, discussing the upcoming new C++ standard that’s being developed by the ISO C++ committee. I noticed the Lambda the Ultimate picked it up so hopefully it will spur some interesting discussion. It’s always interesting to see up close how the language continues to thrive (arguably) 20 years after its birth. In the meantime, feel free to push Brandon to talk about it in his blog, which he assures everyone he will once again be posting to. If you want to be particularly insistent, ping him via email although you’ll have to guess what his alias is…


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