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Iterators++, Part 3—Eric Niebler

Eric Niebler concludes his series about proxy iterators with:

Iterators++, Part 3

by Eric Niebler

From the article:

This is the forth and final post in a series about proxy iterators, the limitations of the existing STL iterator concept hierarchy, and what could be done about it. The first three posts describe the problems of proxy iterators, the way to swap and move their elements, and how to rigorously define what an Iterator is.

This time around I’ll be focusing on the final problem: how to properly constrain the higher-order algorithms so that they work with proxy iterators.

C++ Papers for Issaquah - Library, Graphics, Networking, Numerics and Undefined Behavior

This is the last part in the series for Issaquah, and its the most diverse:

C++ Papers for Issaquah - Library, Graphics, Networking, Numerics & Undefined Behavior

by Jens Weller

From the Article:

The 4th and last part about the C++ Papers for Issaquah. I already covered the first batch of proposals from the Library subgroup in the previous part, now its all about papers from Library, Graphics, Networking, Numerics and Undefined Behavior. A very diverse part.

C++ Papers for Chicago - Library

This is the third part of my series about the C++ papers for Chicago:

C++ Papers for Chicago: Part 3 - Library

by Jens Weller

From the article:

This week the C++ committee meeting has started in Chicago, and we will hopefully see at its end, what improvements C++14 brings to C++11. And in this 3rd part of my series for the Chicago papers, I will start looking at the library proposals...