ACCU’s Overload journal of December 2019 is out. It contains the following C++ related articles.
From the journal:
Sometimes things appear to be inside out. Frances Buontempo considers when a shift of perspective can make things seem better.
Trip Reports: Meeting C++ 2019 and Embedded C++ 2019.
Deciding which conferences to attend is difficult, and we canâ€™t go to them all. Svitlana Lubenska, Hans Vredeveld and Benedikt Mandelkow give us a flavour of what we may have missed.
Non-Recursive Compile Time Sort.
Compile time sorting usually uses recursion. Norman Wilson shows how C++14 features make this easier.
Quick Modular Calculations (Part 1).
Compilers are good at optimising modular calculations. Can we they do better? Cassio Neri shows they can.
We are aware of the film Get Carter. Chris Oldwood asks if it should be called Acquire Carter instead.