std::accumulate vs. std::reduce--Simon Brand

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std::accumulate vs. std::reduce

by Simon Brand

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std::accumulate has been a part of the standard library since C++98. It provides a way to fold a binary operation (such as addition) over an iterator range, resulting in a single value. std::reduce was added in C++17 and looks remarkably similar. This post will explain the difference between the two and when to use one or the other...

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