Quick Q: Why does draft C++14 have both runtime-sized arrays and std::dynarray? -- StackOverflow

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Why both runtime-sized arrays and std::dynarray in C++14?

Draft C++14 includes both runtime-sized arrays and the std::dynarray container. From what I can tell, the only real difference between the two is that std::dynarray has an STL interface (e.g., begin, end, size, etc.), while runtime-sized arrays do not. So why does C++14 need them both?

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