Five Advanced Initialization Techniques in C++ -- Bartlomiej Filipek

cppstories-5advinit-fi.pngFrom dynamic container operations to compile-time constants, C++ offers a variety of techniques. In this article, we’ll delve into advanced initialization methods likereserve() and emplace_backfor containers to tuples with piecewise_construct and forward_as_tuple. Thanks to those techniques, we can reduce the number of temporary objects and create variables more efficiently.

Five Advanced Initialization Techniques in C++: From reserve() to piecewise_construct and More

By Bartlomiej Filipek

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As a background, we can use the following class that will be handy to illustrate when its special member functions are called. That way, we’ll be able to see extra temporary objects.


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