Well, they were, but not any more. Here is what I have realized since. Continue reading “C++ Are std::any and std::optional , “driving you up the wall” ?”
std::apply is a typical example of those numerous standard C++ std lib types begging to be made comfortable. Not just usable.
In it’s raw form it requires a lot of typing . So, I made one little wrapper that is really simple but makes
std::apply much more palatable. Continue reading “C++ std::apply made usable”
The context is here. Please read it first. It is 15-sec detour.
The simple question, that hit me the other day, is why don’t we just throw
std::error_conditon. Continue reading “C++ why don’t we just throw std::error_code’s ?”
Update 2018 December
In case you need it, here is one very relevant use case, for proving the dynamic dll loading usability. Windows dll’s versions. Continue reading “C++ Why loading Windows DLL at runtime?”