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Topic: [NEWS] There was article about innovations With ++ 17 from

On  there was good article from  about innovations With ++ 17: https://habrahabr.ru/company/pvs-studio/blog/340014/

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Hello, Anatoly Shirokov, you wrote: > On  there was good article from  about innovations With ++ 17: https://habrahabr.ru/company/pvs-studio/blog/340014/ the First thought was that they checked up implementation of one of compilers.

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Also, unlike union, std:: variant allows to store non-POD types. I would not tell that union cannot store non-POD types. Already is unrestricted unions since With ++ 11.

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Hello, Anatoly Shirokov, you wrote: > On  there was good article from  about innovations With ++ 17: https://habrahabr.ru/company/pvs-studio/blog/340014/ pdf-ku

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Alexander G: AG> I would not tell that union cannot store non-POD types. Already is unrestricted unions since With ++ 11. Still good, also it will be possible to crack a reflection effectively private

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Hello, Anatoly Shirokov, you wrote: > On  there was good article from  about innovations With ++ 17: https://habrahabr.ru/company/pvs-studio/blog/340014/ At last normal language started to turn out Instead of met similar articles on 11/14 to standards? By the way, what studio 17 supports the standard?

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Hello, Marty, you wrote: M> By the way, what studio 17 the standard supports? It is possible to trace here and features and versions in which they are implemented: http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/compiler_support

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Hello, Drobodan Frilich, you wrote: > Alexander G: > Still good, also it will be possible to crack a reflection effectively private #define private public

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johny5: >> Still a reflection good, also it will be possible to crack effectively private J>#define private public Nea.  scarified such  as not general-purpose. At methods with a different access specifier can be different .

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Hello, Anatoly Shirokov, you wrote: > On  there was good article from  about innovations With ++ 17: https://habrahabr.ru/company/pvs-studio/blog/340014/ That feeling when instead of sausage units brought sugar. And in cubes. A question: When there will be normal a control  for time critical the code or too then? Here right now two respecting (or not?) the compiler of a Visual Studio 2015 and Intels Parallel Studio 2017 suck a paw (or what is larger?) on  so it is necessary it to prompt through __ forceinline. On another these creations of engineering thought do not understand.

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Hello, Vain, you wrote: V> the Question: V> When will be normal control  for time critical the code or too then? Here right now two respecting (or not?) the compiler of a Visual Studio 2015 and Intels Parallel Studio 2017 suck a paw (or what is larger?) on  so it is necessary it to prompt through __ forceinline. On another these creations of engineering thought do not understand. On idea, you can participate in language formation, directing sentences to committee on standardization With ++ through the worker of group: https://stdcpp.ru/

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Hello, Anatoly Shirokov, you wrote: > On  there was good article from  about innovations With ++ 17: https://habrahabr.ru/company/pvs-studio/blog/340014/ Advancing description for nested classes in what millenium make? switch in the lines? A line as template parameter? enum at line and it is reverse? PS:  that language is time for declaring for a long time deprecated. At least to assign date of termination of development instead of continuing  to force on a floor a corpse.

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Hello, Kluev, you wrote: >> On  there was good article from  about innovations With ++ 17: https://habrahabr.ru/company/pvs-studio/blog/340014/ K> Advancing description for nested classes in what millenium make? And it that? K> a line as template parameter? Like as soon as in D such is. How much often it there is used? It is possible an example of what you would like to make in a C ++ by means of the given feature? K> enum at line and it is reverse? When add compile-time a reflection and-or metaclasses, it appears. I.e. in With ++ 20 or a C ++ 23 it is possible to wait. K> PS:  that language is time for declaring for a long time deprecated. At least to assign date of termination of development instead of continuing  to force on a floor a corpse. And with megatons  what to do?

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Hello, so5team, you wrote: S> Hello, Kluev, you wrote: >>> On  there was good article from  about innovations With ++ 17: https://habrahabr.ru/company/pvs-studio/blog/340014/ K>> Advancing description for nested classes in what millenium make? S> and it that? The advancing description. For nested classes. S> when add compile-time a reflection and-or metaclasses, it appears. I.e. in With ++ 20 or a C ++ 23 it is possible to wait. All it was necessary still in with ++ 98 K>> PS:  that language is time for declaring for a long time deprecated. At least to assign date of termination of development instead of continuing  to force on a floor a corpse. S> and with megatons  what to do? For  it is possible to use With ++ RipEdition

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Hello, Kluev, you wrote: K>>> Advancing description for nested classes in what millenium make? S>> and it that? K> the Advancing description. For nested classes. In the form of code samples you  can express the? Both concerning nested classes, and concerning lines as parameters for templates. Or constructive dialogue is not included into your intentions?

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Hello, so5team, you wrote: S> Hello, Kluev, you wrote: K>>>> Advancing description for nested classes in what millenium make? S>>> and it that? K>> the Advancing description. For nested classes. S> in the form of code samples you  can express the? Both concerning nested classes, and concerning lines as parameters for templates. S> or constructive dialogue is not included into your intentions? My constructive sentence language not to develop, committee to dismiss. Code samples here are not necessary.