N3924: Discouraging rand() in C++14, v2—Walter Brown

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Note: This paper was among the final papers adopted into draft C++14 yesterday at the Issaquah WA USA ISO C++ meeting.

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Document number: N3924

Date: 2014-02-14

Discouraging rand() in C++14, v2

by Walter Brown

Excerpt:

In their final Chicago deliberations re [N3775] vis-à-vis National Body comment US21, LEWG and LWG achieved joint consensus (1) to deprecate std::random_shuffle for C++14 as proposed, and (2) to strengthen the existing Note in [c.math]/5 in order to further encourage rand() users to migrate to the <random> component of the C++11 standard library. This paper provides wording to implement these decisions. ...

3 Acknowledgments

Many thanks, for their thoughtful comments, to Stephan T. Lavavej and the other reviewers of early drafts of this paper.

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