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What Are The Relaxed Constexpr Restrictions In C++?

In C++, the constexpr specifier is used to declare a function or variable to evaluate the value of at compile time, which speeds up code during runtime. This useful property had some restrictions in C++11, these are relaxed in C++14 and this feature is known asRelaxed Constexpr Restrictions. In this post, we explain what are the relaxed constexpr restrictions in modern C++. What is the…
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