C++ Core Guidelines: Type Safety by Design--Rainer Grimm

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C++ Core Guidelines: Type Safety by Design

by Rainer Grimm

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What does that mean: type safety by design. Type safety by design just means, that you always initialise your variables, use std::variant instead of a union, or prefer variadic templates and fold expressions to va_arg's...

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