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Learn How To Use Clamp (std::clamp) In Modern C++ 17 and Beyond

The C++17 brings a lot of features to the modern programming. The Parallelism Technical Specification adds several new algorithms to the standard C++ library. These are modernized in the <algorithm> header in the standard library. In this library there is a very less know useful algorithm std::clamp, which is an algorithm that returns value in its range. In this post, we explain what is…
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What Is The Queue (std::queue) In Modern C++?

The most powerful data storage arrays inModern C++areContainersand they are very useful to iterate and search members with their amazing methods and properties. A container is a holder object that stores data elements (a collection of data objects). std::vector, std::array, std::list are these kinds of containers. There is another useful containerstd::queuethat…
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What Are The C++14 Features Removed From C++17?

Modern C++ has a lot of useful new classes, methods, templates, and keywords introduced with the new C++ standards. Mostly they are new or enhanced versions of previous ones. Because of new modern technologies and software requirements, some of these features are being deprecated and some are being removed. In this post, we will list C++14 features removed from C++17 and beyond. What are the…
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What is the negation (std::negation) metafunction in C++?

Metaprogramming is another great feature of modern C++ that allows programs to redesign themselves during compilation or run time. In C++17, another new feature of metaprogramming is introduced, logical operation metafunctions. These are variadic metafunctions that are conjunction, disjunction, and negation which can be used for metaprogramming features of applications. In this post, we explain…
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