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Learn How To Use User Defined Literal Operators In Modern C++

C++11 introduced new forms of literals using modified syntax and semantics in order to provide User-Defined Literals (UDL) also known as Extensible Literals. Using user-defined literals, user-defined classes can provide new literal syntax and they can be used with the operator "" to combine values with conversion operators. In this post, we explain how to use user-defined literals in modern…
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What Is Atomic (std::atomic) In Modern C++?

In modern C++, the concurrency support library is designed to solve problems in multi-thread operations. This library includes built-in support forthreads (std::thread), atomic operations (std::atomic), mutual exclusion (std::mutex), condition variables (std::condition_variable),and many other features of a modern C++ compiler. In this post, we explain what is std::atomic and how we…
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Allowing move constructors to throw with std::move_if_noexcept

In a modern C++ code compiler, there are many features that help you learn, master, and remember the various features and functions of the C++ language. One such feature of modern C++ is the move constructor that allows you to move the resources from one object to another without copying them. The C++11 standard provides an alternative to std::move, which is std::move_if_noexcept, to solve some…
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