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In September 2011 the new revision of the C++ standard (commonly named C++11) was published by ISO, in December 2014 came the update to C++14 and probably in December 2017 the current version C++17 will be officially published. Many of the new features of C++ are already supported by current compilers. Those new features range from small enhancements over new library components to complete new language mechanisms.
The new language features and library components help with your daily programming job, enable better modularized systems and can make programming more efficient and still produce better runtime performance.
Note: One of the major new features in C++11/14/17 is the support for concurrency and parallelism. The respective mechanisms in C++11/C++14/17 are not part of this workshop but deserve a seminar on it's own: C++ Concurrency.
All extensions of C++11, C++14 and C++17 are at least shortly presented.
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