I learned mostly C++99 standards throughout my time at my CS Course program. Actually scratch that, it wasn’t even explained the different in standards. Even from traditional C, or C99, its funny how institutions focus on learning but give only a breadth first generalistic approach to most education.
Another argument is if C++ is the best language to be taught in intro programming courses compared to Java or even C# (or the ideal Python). I started using
C++11 for my later assignments on my final years of my courses but I was also using Sublime text. Here were some common untils that helpeed me compile my code using this workflow.
Compiling with C+11
clang++ -std=c++11 -stdlib=libc++ -Weverything prog6.cpp -o prog6
Suppressing compile with C+99 errors
```bash clang++ -std=c++11 -stdlib=libc++ -w -Weverything prog6.cpp -o prog6
clang++ -w -std=c++11 -stdlib=libc++ -w -Weverything prog6.cpp -o prog6
See this gist for more info on how to integrate into sublime text 2⁄3 for your build system file.