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Reliable C++ - Tutorial

Reliable C++ - Tutorial  
ABSTRACT
 
This workshop provides insights into some of the traps and pitfalls in the C++ programming language. C++ has areas that are hard to understand intuitively and where intuition occasionally misleads even seasoned C++ programmers.  These areas include:
       1. User-Defined Conversions
       2. Operator Overloading
       3. Const-Correctness
       4. Expression Evaluation and Sequence Points
       5. Member Function Redefinition
       6. Initialization of Globals and Statics
     
This tutorial is at an introductory/intermediate level, aimed at programmers with a working knowledge of C++.  It consists of short lectures with interspersed code reviews to be performed by the attendants and subsequently discussed by the group. There is no need to bring laptops; just bring a pencil and your brain. 
 
PREREQUISITES

 
Level: introductory / intermediate
Duration: full day
Prerequisites: Attendants should be familiar with C++. Expert knowledge of C++ is not required.
Presented at: ACCU 2006 , Oxford, UK, April 2006

 
 

If you are interested to hear more about this and related topics you might want to check out the following seminar or skim through some further reading:
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Reliable C++
3 day seminar (open enrollment and on-site)
 

 
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