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Document number: N3996
by Matúš Chochlík
Reflection and reflective programming can be used for a wide range of tasks such as implementation of serialization-like operations, remote procedure calls, scripting, automated GUI-generation, implementation of several software design patterns, etc. C++ as one of the most prevalent programming languages lacks a standardized reflection facility.