C++ is one of my favorite languages although sometimes even the things we really enjoy can drive us absolutely insane. This is especially true when dealing with header files and proper inclusions which, if you’re just staring out in the world of C++, can be confusing to say the least.
If you’ve tried compiling something like std::to_string(42) and received a compiler error then chances are your Eclipse CDT isn’t set up for C++ 11. No worries. Everything you need is already installed, all you need to do is enter the proper project settings. To start you need to add the