C++20: Define the Concept Regular and SemiRegular--Rainer Grimm

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C++20: Define the Concept Regular and SemiRegular

by Rainer Grimm

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When you want to define a concrete type that works well in the C++ ecosystem, you should define a type that "behaves link an int". Formally, your concrete type should be a regular type. In this post, I define the concepts Regular and SemiRegular...

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