Hey, what is the best resource for learning modern c++? I want to be able to read the production code written in C++. I know older c++ well, pointers and like, classes, none of the new stl libraries and templates though.
Hello, I recommend you to search C++ reference manual usually whenever you have trouble about some class or templates. It always provides example codes for use, and I think it's the most effective tool for C++ programmers.
Also there's a official tech blog where you could find many useful modern C++ tricks.
Finally, codeproject also has many valuable posts worthy to have a look.
I hope it will help you somehow!
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