Some keywords appear in C++ 11. But which version of C++ Builder do they appear in?

this is a reference for standard C++, for info on specific implementations, refer to their own documentation --Bazzy 01:07, 9 March 2012 (PST)

[edit] The Meaning

What is the meaning of "todo"?

[edit] On the Page

What is the meaning of "1"?

It's a footnote pointing to * (1) - meaning changed in C++11. Maybe it would be better to change it into a <ref> --Bazzy 01:07, 9 March 2012 (PST)

[edit] Examples in keywords

What about adding examples only at language/*** pages the keywords refer to? Each of the keyword/*** pages just lists available contexts for a particular keyword, which are then described in detail at language/***. A keyword by itself is quite meaningless, since a context is always needed to define how it'll behave or whether it's allowed to be there at all. Since there's almost no information about the contexts at keyword/*** pages, I think a better option would be to move examples to the language/*** pages. -- P12 01:56, 2 May 2012 (PDT)

I liked the example in keyword/class since it neatly juxtaposes the different uses of the keyword. But then I tried making up examples for single-use keywords, and I have to agree that they do not work or have better examples in the corresponding language/ pages. --Cubbi 02:45, 2 May 2012 (PDT)
Perhaps multi-use keyword pages could have short examples that focus on highlighting the different use cases, leaving more thorough examples to the language pages?--Nate 06:38, 2 May 2012 (PDT)

Thank you to creators + editors. You saved my sanity (or at least delayed its loss (including my remaining hair)). I never knew that there were "Identifiers with special meaning". Next challenge...forget it, I will make them keywords "final" and "override" keywords in my version of a parser for non-C++ displays.Cbcalvin 15:52, 21 September 2012 (PDT)