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SFINAE std::result_of? Yeah, right!
Return type deduction pre- decltype  and auto  could really make one mad. Back then, if you wanted a function object, you had to make it "adaptable", meaning it had to inherit from std::unary_  or binary_function  and define its first_argument_type , second...
Return type deduction pre-decltype and auto could really make one mad. Back then, if you wanted a function object, you had to make it "adaptable", meaning it had to inherit from std::unary_ or binary_function and define its f...
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Rvalue references and function overloading.
No matter how many articles get written about rvalue references, I still get the impression that many people don't understand them fully. Some belief that rvalues work differently as template parameters than they do in non-template contexts, which requires ...
No matter how many articles get written about rvalue references, I still get the impression that many people don't understand them fully. Some belief that rvalues work differently as template parameters than they do in non-te...
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We have Ambien for when we can't sleep.  In the 18th century, you had to resort to other means, like having a great composer write something for you to play when you had insomnia.  Thank Heaven for Bach.

J. S. Bach Variaciones Goldberg (BWV 988) Glenn Gould (1981)
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Hi, I'm new here, but the particular reason at the moment is I've made a little experiment where each instrument is panned all the way to the left or right. I like the affect, but need a second opinion, and, if possible, advice on where to pan instruments.

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I had to look it up, but I don't think so. The two lead instruments, and two bases, if I remember correctly, might by different instruments from each other. Their attacks may be out-of-sync, but within a couple of ms creating a Hass effect, if you observe one. The first two instruments you hear that play the same note, then one goes up and the other goes down, are exactly the same, leaving no opportunity for the Hass effect. (The point there was to fool the listener into thinking there was only one instrument in the exact center, for one beat.)
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Whoever did this has talent!
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Hi guys, for my own C++ project FLENS (http://flens.sf.net) I wrote a (simple) tool for creating tutorials and documentation.  Documentation can be written in a ReStructuredText dialect.

The nice feature for creating tutorials is the capability to insert 'SHELL' boxes into your documentation.  You can use them to actually compile and execute your programs when you generate the documentation.  So the output actually produced by your program gets included.

In the linked video you see the basic workflow when using DocTool.  More (simple) examples can be found on the DocTool site.  More complex examples on the FLENS site.

Of course DocTool can be used for documenting any kind of C, C++, etc. project or programming language itself.  However, please understand that it evolved and was originally intended by solely myself.  But if you like it's idea in general let me know.
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Common algorithm patterns.
Of the STL, <algorithm>  may be the most well-used non-container library, but often requires a level of verbosity that requires just as much typing as the hand-written loop, making it not always feel so convenient. It benefits code that uses it with increas...
Of the STL, <algorithm> may be the most well-used non-container library, but often requires a level of verbosity that requires just as much typing as the hand-written loop, making it not always feel so convenient. It benefits...
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The Python API and C++
A little article on using C++14 techniques with the Python API.
Recently, for a job interview task, I was asked to write a Python module with a C or C++ implementation to solve an otherwise simple task. Obviously, I chose C++. While I had never used the Python API before, I found that the...
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Clang 3.4 and C++14
With each new release, gcc and clang add on more C++11 and C++14 features. While clang has been behind on some features, though ahead on others, they now claim to have C++1y all worked out . This article is not comprehensive. Clang's 3.4 C++ release notes: ...
With each new release, gcc and clang add on more C++11 and C++14 features. While clang has been behind on some features, though ahead on others, they now claim to have C++1y all worked out. This article is not comprehensive. ...
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It took me a moment to get it.
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