Chewing leeks, and twiddling C++ sometimes.
Some answers I enjoyed writing (that no sane person would enjoy maintaining):
- Check if class is a template specialization
- Print macro values without knowing the amount of macros
- Getting the type of a typename or expression
- Is it possible to access (read only) the variables captured by a lambda?
- How to use
static_assertwithin an initializer in C?
- Define if string/
charliteral at compile time
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