There is no worse danger for a teacher than to teach words instead of things.
Introduction — keywords — lexical conventions — programs — expressions — statements — declarations — declarators — classes — derived classes — special member functions — overloading — templates — exception handling — preprocessing directives.
This summary of the C++ syntax is intended to be an aid to comprehension. It is not an exact statement of the language. In particular, the grammar described here accepts a superset of valid C++ constructs. Disambiguation rules (§A.5, §A.7) must be applied to distinguish expressions from declarations. Moreover, access control, ambiguity, and type rules must be used to weed out syntactically ...