Production C++ programming is complicated by numerous features of the language that behave or interact in unexpected ways -
Gotchas appear in all parts of the language. Some are the result of language design decisions made as much as 25 years ago. Gotchas affect the correctness, efficiency and portability of C++ software. A modest investment in understanding the Gotchas will repay itself many times over.
The course is presented as 1 day of lecture.
Intermediate and advanced C++ programmers, using or considering C++ for production software development. All material is specific to C++ coding practices. The knowledge gained will be useful in creating or evaluating C++ coding style guidelines.
The course presents a collection of over 50 Gotchas (and techniques for avoiding them) from different parts of the language, including:
Thomas A. Cargill, Ph.D.
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