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C++ Notes for Professionals

C++ Notes for Professionals


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Table of contents

  • Getting started with C++
  • Literals
  • operator precedence
  • Floating Point Arithmetic
  • Bit Operators
  • Bit Manipulation
  • Bit fields
  • Arrays
  • Iterators
  • Basic input/output in c++
  • Loops
  • File I/O
  • C++ Streams
  • Stream manipulators
  • Flow Control
  • Metaprogramming
  • const keyword
  • mutable keyword
  • Friend keyword
  • Type Keywords
  • Basic Type Keywords
  • Variable Declaration Keywords
  • Keywords
  • Returning several values from a function
  • Polymorphism
  • References
  • Value and Reference Semantics
  • C++ function "call by value" vs. "call by reference"
  • Copying vs Assignment
  • Pointers
  • Pointers to members
  • The This Pointer
  • Smart Pointers
  • Classes/Structures
  • Function Overloading
  • Operator Overloading
  • Function Template Overloading
  • Virtual Member Functions
  • Inline functions
  • Special Member Functions
  • Non-Static Member Functions
  • Constant class member functions
  • C++ Containers
  • Namespaces
  • Header Files
  • Using declaration
  • std::string
  • std::array
  • std::vector
  • std::map
  • std::optional
  • std::function: To wrap any element that is callable
  • std::forward_list
  • std::pair
  • std::atomics
  • std::variant
  • std::iomanip
  • std::any
  • std::set and std::multiset
  • std::integer_sequence
  • Using std::unordered_map
  • Standard Library Algorithms
  • The ISO C++ Standard
  • Inline variables
  • Random number generation
  • Date and time using <chrono> header
  • Sorting
  • Enumeration
  • Iteration
  • Regular expressions
  • Implementation-defined behavior
  • Exceptions
  • Lambdas
  • Value Categories
  • Preprocessor
  • Data Structures in C++
  • Templates
  • Expression templates
  • Curiously Recurring Template Pattern (CRTP)
  • Threading
  • Thread synchronization structures
  • The Rule of Three, Five, And Zero
  • RAII: Resource Acquisition Is Initialization
  • RTTI: Run-Time Type Information
  • Mutexes
  • Recursive Mutex
  • Semaphore
  • Futures and Promises
  • Atomic Types
  • Type Erasure
  • Explicit type conversions
  • Unnamed types
  • Type Traits
  • Return Type Covariance
  • Layout of object types
  • Type Inference
  • Typedef and type aliases
  • type deduction
  • Trailing return type
  • Alignment
  • Perfect Forwarding
  • decltype
  • SFINAE (Substitution Failure Is Not An Error)
  • Undefined Behavior
  • Overload resolution
  • Move Semantics
  • Pimpl Idiom
  • auto
  • Copy Elision
  • Fold Expressions
  • Unions
  • Design pattern implementation in C++
  • Singleton Design Pattern
  • User-Defined Literals
  • Memory management
  • C++11 Memory Model
  • Scopes
  • static_assert
  • constexpr
  • One Definition Rule (ODR)
  • Unspecified behavior
  • Argument Dependent Name Lookup
  • Attributes
  • Recursion in C++
  • Arithmitic Metaprogramming
  • Callable Objects
  • Client server examples
  • Const Correctness
  • Parameter packs
  • Build Systems
  • Concurrency With OpenMP
  • Resource Management
  • Storage class specifiers
  • Linkage specifications
  • Digit separators
  • C incompatibilities
  • Side by Side Comparisons of classic C++ examples solved via C++ vs C++11 vs C++14 vs C++17
  • Compiling and Building
  • Common compile/linker errors (GCC)
  • More undefined behaviors in C++
  • Unit Testing in C++
  • C++ Debugging and Debug-prevention Tools & Techniques
  • Optimization in C++
  • Optimization
  • Profiling
  • Refactoring Techniques

Pages : 707
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Submitted On: 2022-02-01
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