A true heterogeneous container in C++—Andy G

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An interesting article as well as a nice demo!

A true heterogeneous container in C++

by Andy G

From the article:

Oftentimes I see questions StackOverflow asking something to the effect of

“Can I have a std::vector that holds more than one type?”
The canonical, final, never-going-to-change answer to this question is a thorough

“No”
C++ is a statically-typed language. A vector will hold an object of a single type, and only a single type.

“But…”
Of course there are ways to work around this...

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