by Elijah Rippeth
Publisher: GitBook 2016
Number of pages: 27
This serves as documentation for more advanced/modern features of C++ that are not currently covered in the curriculum at many universities. Some topics covered aren't necessarily C++ specific, but are more general software engineering aspects.
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