language-lawyer (881)

  1. multithreading pdf book - C++11 introduced a standardized memory model. What does it mean? And how is it going to affect C++ programming?
  2. css3 not working - In CSS Flexbox, why are there no “justify-items” and “justify-self” properties?
  3. c++ trailing operator - int a[] = {1,2,}; Weird comma allowed. Any particular reason?
  4. language-lawyer vs c++14 - Can C++ code be valid in both C++03 and C++11 but do different things?
  5. language-lawyer what java? - Is main a valid Java identifier?
  6. c++ stackover trailing - Why is f(i = -1, i = -1) undefined behavior?
  7. c++ conversion callback - A positive lambda: '+[]{}' - What sorcery is this?
  8. switch-statement example embedded - Valid, but worthless syntax in switch-case?
  9. language-lawyer enum class - What made i = i++ + 1; legal in C++17?
  10. c++ 0!=0 or - Is the operation “false < true” well defined?
  11. c++14 c++17 ue4 - Does C++11, 14, 17 or 20 introduce a standard constant for pi?
  12. c++ remove element - Copy/move assignment in std::vector::erase() and std::deque::erase()
  13. c# ?. comparison - Definition of “==” operator for Double
  14. c++ example append - Is it safe to push_back an element from the same vector?


  15. c++ when to - Lambda capture and parameter with same name - who shadows the other? (clang vs gcc)
  16. c++ ++ 11 - Lambda returning itself: is this legal?
  17. language-lawyer online same - Program being compiled differently in 3 major C++ compilers. Which one is right?
  18. c++ += precedence - Why does the ternary operator with commas evaluate only one expression in the true case?
  19. language-lawyer class member - Is passing a C++ object into its own constructor legal?
  20. c++ what every - When does invoking a member function on a null instance result in undefined behavior?