Tag Archives: optional
In this post we will see a library for storing nullable/optional values that can in certain situations replace and outperform Boost.Optional. Advertisements
Recently as part of program run-time performance optimization effort, I was scanning through the code for occurrences of keyword new. The goal was to find unnecessary memory allocations. I was surprised to find most of news in the unit test … Continue reading
This post is about one gotcha in Boost.Optional library. When starting to use it, you might get the impression that when you try to put optional<T> where T is expected, you will get a compile-time error. In most of the … Continue reading
Today I want to share with you a more philosophical issue I face with how the meaning of operator< is overloaded in C++. This could cause subtle bugs in programs.
This post is intended to be a light introduction to certain C++ guru tricks. I want to introduce a couple of concepts that typically put normal people off. If you are an expert you will probably not learn anything new, … Continue reading
In this post I want to describe a small language feature added in C++11 that, although essential for full value semantics support, is often neglected in tutorials and in compiler implementations.