Binary literals and digit separators

The C++14 standard provides two new small features to the language: binary literals and digit separators. They are already available in Clang 3.4 and GCC 4.9 and now Visual Studio 2015 RC has implemented them. They may not be something you can’t live without, but sometimes it’s convenient to have them. Let’s have a look. … Read more

User defined literals

The C++ language defines various built-in literals (numerical, character, string, boolean and pointer) and a series of prefixes and suffixes to specify some of them. The suffix or prefix is part of the literal. auto b = true; // boolean auto s = “sample”; // const char[7] auto i = 128; // int auto d … Read more