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Learn C++ With Just-in-Time Compilation: The Next Big Thing? by Ben Deane and Kris Jusiak (CPPCon 2020) Video

JITting code is a characteristic of several languages but has not yet landed on C++. But some work has been done to incorporate Hal Finkel’s JITting into Clang. C++ is also in the early stages of testing the capabilities of JIT. In this video, you will be learning the limits and possibilities of JITting in C++ by combining the C++20 features with the Clang-jit complier work implemented in P1609.

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