Cheatsheet for the C++ core guidelines (philosophy)

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  • cpp-core-guidelines-cheatsheet

    Cheatsheet for the C++ core guidelines, including a set of tried-and-true guidelines, rules, and best practices about coding in C++.

  • I created a pull request with a WIP markdown version of it. Hopefully it won't be too difficult to copy all of that over in a somewhat understandable format.

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  • GSL

    Guidelines Support Library

  • I like that they reference the GSL: Guidelines Support Library (e.g., https://github.com/Microsoft/GSL), which is a great thing and not that well known among programmers.

  • mp-units

    The quantities and units library for C++

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