I'd like to ask on SO for pointers to online resources about a very specific topic (in order to replace a now obsolete resource I commonly use), but I fear this doesn't comply with SO guidelines on subjective/links questions since the answers would probably be almost link-only answers. The question would be something like
"do you know about any free online resource that can replace this (link will follow) and is reliable and up to date?"
Any suggestions? Thanks!
To clarify why I have doubts that the answers will be too much opinionated.
I'd like to ask this:
Do you know about a free online resource that lists in an exhaustive way which identifiers are reserved in C and C++ and can possibly replace this? The resource should be reliable and up to date, and possibly still maintained.
Asking a similar question without asking for the external resource will probably trigger answers with the citations of the standards (which I already know). I wouldn't want a way to know what the standards say, but the same information in list form (that's why I found that now obsolete resource very useful). I don't know either if it would be appropriate to reformulate the question to ask for a list of such identifiers to be "homegrown" in a SO thread.