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The May 2023 ACCU C Vu journal has been published and should arrive at members' addresses in the next few days. C Vu 35-2 and previous issues of C Vu can be accessed via the Journals menu (ACCU members only).
The ePub version of the April 2023 ACCU Overload journal has been uploaded to the website.
Overload 175 · June 2023 (PDF)
Production and Productivity.
How can you increase your productivity? Frances Buontempo discovers that ChatGPT might not help.
Reasoning About Complexity – Part 1.
Reasoning and understanding code have fundamental roles in programming. Lucian Radu Teodorescu highlights the importance of reasoning and its philosophical underpinnings.
Incompatible Language Features in C#.
Adding features to an established language can introduce sources of errors. Steve Love examines some of the pitfalls of combining positional record structs with automatic property initializers.
Need Something Sorted? Sleep On It!.
Sorting algorithms have been thoroughly studied. Kevlin Henney takes an unexpected paradigm journey into sleep sort.
Type Safe C++ enum Extensions.
Is it possible to extend a value type in C++? Alf Steinbach describes how to extend enum values.
Why You Should Only Rarely Use std::move.
std::move can allow the efficient transfer of resources from object to to object. Andreas Fertig reminds us that using std::move inappropriately can make code less efficient.
Quotes and aphorisms are often used to emphasise a point. Chris Oldwood shares some of his favourites and considers their origins.
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