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+ - A new C standard is on the way. Here's what to expect in C11->

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Esther Schindler
Esther Schindler writes "Last year, Danny Kalev — a former member of the C++ standards committed — explained the new features in C++. Now, in C11: A New C Standard Aiming at Safer Programming, he shares an overview of the changes in C — 13 years after the ratification of the C99 standard. Kalev describes the goodies in C11, including multithreading support, safer standard libraries, and better compliance with other industry standards."
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A new C standard is on the way. Here's what to expect in C11

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