Modern C++ Design

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Modern C++ Design
Author Andrei Alexandrescu
Language English
Subject C++
Publisher Addison-Wesley
Publication date
Pages 323 pp
ISBN 978-0-201-70431-0
OCLC 45129236
005.13/3 21
LC Class QA76.73.C153 A42 2001

Modern C++ Design: Generic Programming and Design Patterns Applied is a book written by Andrei Alexandrescu, published in 2001 by Addison-Wesley. It has been regarded as "one of the most important C++ books" by Scott Meyers.[1]

The book makes use of and explores a C++ programming technique called template metaprogramming. While Alexandrescu didn't invent the technique, he has popularized it among programmers. His book contains solutions to practical problems which C++ programmers may face. Several phrases from the book are now used within the C++ community as generic terms: modern C++ (as opposed to C/C++ style), policy-based design and typelist.

All of the code described in the book is freely available in his library Loki.

The book has been republished and translated into several languages since 2001.

See also[edit]

  • Loki library described in the book


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