std::any - comparison with void* and motivating examples -- Hitesh Kumar

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An introduction to std::any and comparison with void*.

std::any - comparison with void* and motivating examples

by Hitesh Kumar

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std::any is often compared with void* because the latter has been the de-facto choice for storing or passing the arbitrary objects in C++ since the outset. std::any is not a replacement of void*, but it is a safer substitute for the boilerplate patterns built around void*. Nevertheless, a comparison between the two is required for a better understanding of std::any.

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