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Learn C++ With Functional Error and Optional-value Handling with STX by Basit Ayantunde (CPPCon 2020) Video

Error-handling is probably the most divergent part of C++. Many coding guidelines partially allow exception or completely bans, and this leads to many projects supporting multiple error-handling interfaces, such as exceptions, error-prone c-style error-handling, and/or custom error-handling types. This video talks about STX; a C++ library that seeks to fix some of these issues with error and optional value handling in the C++ ecosystem and also seeks to unify some of these efforts/implementations.

 

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