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C++ 2011: nullptr

C++ used to lack a special value to indicate a null pointer, which led to some problems. The new standard introduces a new reserved word nullptr, to designate a constant rvalue that represents a null pointer. Read on to learn more.

C++ 2011: Strongly-typed Enums

Strongly-typed enumerators, provided by the new C++ standard, solve the known problems with the traditional enumerators. The new standard brings a new kind of enumerator, introduced with 'enum class,' called strongly-typed enums.

C++ 2011: Uniform Initialization

Learn about the uniform initialization syntax and semantics available in the new C++ standard.

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