Reserved Words

Question:
Where can I find a list of reserved words in C++?

Answer:
Most C++ books include a list of reserved keywords. Here’s the list:

asm	do	if	return	typedefauto	double	inline	short	typeidbool	dynamic_cast	int	signed	typenamebreak	else	long	sizeof	unioncase	enum	mutable	static	unsignedcatch	explicit	namespace	 static_cast	usingchar	export	new	struct	virtualclass	extern	operator	switch	voidconst	false	private	template	volatileconst_cast	float	protected	this	wchar_tcontinue	for	public	throw	whiledefault	friend	register	truedelete	goto	reinterpret_cast	try

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