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C++ Lambda Expressions for Beginners

A lambda expression defines an anonymous function or a closure at the point where it is used. You can think of a lambda expression as an unnamed function (that’s why it’s called “anonymous”). Lambda expressions make code cleaner and more concise, and allow you to see behavior inline where it’s defined instead of referring to an external method, like a functor. They usually follow the…
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Introduction To Modern C++ With Tutorials

Hey, beginners, new C++ Developers, or Developers who want jump into the awesome C++ Builder world. C++ Builder is the easiest and fastest C and C++ IDE for building simple or professional modern applications on the Windows, MacOS, iOS & Android operating systems. It…
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Learn How To Use Return Type Deduction In C++ For Windows Apps

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use return type deduction in C++ Builder. For the C++14 scheme ofautowith functions, the compiler can deduce return types for any function, no matter how complex it is. The only requirement is that each return statement needs have the same type. The practices are identical as for auto variables. To deduce the type, the compiler requires to…
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Learn How To Use C++ Lambda Expressions In C++17 With C++Builder

C++ got lots of additions throughout C++11, C++14 and C++17. Currently, C++ is a completely different language than it use to be. This Modern C++ post explains how to use the Standard Template Library and the most important features of the C++17 that will greatly help you write readable, maintainable, and expressive code! One of the new features of C++11 was lambda expressions. Throughout…
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