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a reliable reference for c+11?

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Hi

Where can i get an authorative changes/reference for c+11?

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How about Stroustrup's page?
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on that page, i do not see any reference to c+14 or c+17.Does that mean that page is not uptodate? Otherwise,i like the link to C++11 , but i am wondering if that is the standard place?
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Sorry. You asked for a C++ 11 reference, which I had in my bookmarks. I stopped using C++ so I do not have any references for later versions. Stroustrup is the author of the language, so I guess that makes it pretty standard ;) If you want more, check the homepage of the provided link for more links to references.
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