Chaining Comparisons: Seeking Information from the Audience—Barry Revzin

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A nice example of committee members reaching out to the community for data/input on proposed changes that could have a breaking impact.

Chaining Comparisons: Seeking Information from the Audience

by Barry Revzin

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At the last standards committee meeting in Albuquerque, the spaceship operator was adopted into the working draft for what will eventually be C++20. I’m already pretty excited about that. But one of the initial “optional” parts of Herb Sutter’s original spaceship proposal (which was dropped early) was to support chaining comparisons...

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