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C++ 11 Move Semantics and rvalue reference

C++ move semantics
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 39m
Language: English
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Description

Move Semantics in C++ are a valuable addition to the language after C++ 11 standard. It helps in avoiding unnecessary copies created due to temporary objects.
In this class we explore the new features of C++ move semantics in detail. The course covers:
•Introduction to C++ Move Semantics
•lvalue and rvalue
•lvalue and rvalue reference
•std::move
•Move Constructor, and
•Move Assignment Operator

You will learn

✓ Move Semantics in C++ are a valuable addition to the language after C++ 11 standard. It helps in avoiding unnecessary copies created due to temporary objects.

Requirements

• Basic programming in C++ including classes, functions, templates.

This course is for

• Intermediate to C++ programming.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 39m
Language: English
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