C++ Best Practices
by Jason Turner
Publisher: GitBook 2017
Number of pages: 45
This document is meant to be a collaborative discussion of the best practices in C++. We fill in some of the lower level details and provide specific stylistic recommendations while also discussing how to ensure overall code quality.
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