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    C++ Core Guidelines

    Bjarne Stroustrup (the inventor of c++) and Herb Sutter (ISO c++ committee [WG21] convenor) have produced a set of c++ core guidelines for using modern c++ 'well'. These guidelines are available at https://github.com/isocpp/CppCoreGui...eGuidelines.md

    To compliment these, a Guideline Support Library (GSL) has been produced which provides additional c++ capabilities (such as span<>, not_null<> etc). These GSL utilities are available at https://github.com/Microsoft/GSL. Note that these are NOT Microsoft specific - but Herb Sutter works for Microsoft!

    For MS VS, a c++ Core Guidelines checker is available. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vis...lines-checkers
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    This seems really helpful! I must read it since I started learning C++ just from practice (coming from C), without reading any books or guides (well I watched some Youtube videos too ). I hope they cover some things about dlls too

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    Re: C++ Core Guidelines

    Quote Originally Posted by babaliaris View Post
    This seems really helpful! I must read it since I started learning C++ just from practice (coming from C), without reading any books or guides (well I watched some Youtube videos too ). I hope they cover some things about dlls too
    No - the ones listed won't cover .dll as that is specific to Windows. For .dll coverage you need a book that covers windows programming. There are a few available but AFAIK their .dll coverage is just for c code. Have a look at the books by Jeffrey Richter.

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