Stop with the CTAD FUD!—Colby Pike

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Stop with the CTAD FUD!

by Colby Pike

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Among the catalog of features introduced by C++17, you’ll find a feature known as Class Template Argument Deduction, often shortened to “CTAD”. It was one of the largest language changes in C++17, and with it comes a new syntax and a new set of rules to understand.

It’s still very early in the game for CTAD, but we’re already seeing many strong opinions about it without seeing its widespread effect on codebases. In particular, we’re seeing a lot of Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt about CTAD...

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