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Trip report: Summer ISO C++ standards meeting (Cologne)—Herb Sutter

Many things happened!

Trip report: Summer ISO C++ standards meeting (Cologne)

by Herb Sutter

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Obligatory comment: The C++20 Eagle has wings.

At noon today, July 20 2019, the ISO C++ committee completed its summer meeting in Cologne, Germany, hosted with thanks by Think-Cell, SIGS Datacom, SimuNova, Silexica, Meeting C++, Josuttis Eckstein, Xara, Volker Dörr, Mike Spertus, and the Standard C++ Foundation...

Use constexpr for faster, smaller, and safer code—Trail of Bits

More safety, maybe more speed.

Use constexpr for faster, smaller, and safer code

by Trail of Bits

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With the release of C++14, the standards committee strengthened one of the coolest modern features of C++: constexpr. Now, C++ developers can write constant expressions and force their evaluation at compile-time, rather than at every invocation by users. This results in faster execution, smaller executables and, surprisingly, safer code...