Two weeks ago, I announced a little game on my blog! Today I’d like to present some of the solutions you sent me and discuss a few things from various aspects of Modern C++.
Big Thanks! First of all, I’d like to thank all of the participants for sending the solutions.
Two weeks ago I asked you for help: I wanted to build a wall of examples of std::optional. I’m very grateful that a lot of you responded and I could move forward with the plan!
Let’s dive in the examples my readers have sent me!
A Reminder To remind, I asked for some real-life examples of std::optional.
Show me your code!
I’d like to run a little experiment.
Let’s build a wall of examples of std::optional!
Intro In the last three articles of my C++17 STL series I’ve been discussing how to use std::optional. I can talk and talk… or write and write… but I’m wondering how do you use this wrapper type?
Let’s put C++17 in practice!
One of the good ways to do it is to take part in a coding challenge.
So together with Jonathan Boccara from Fluent C++ we invite you to participate in “The Expressive C++17 coding challenge”.
The Expressive C++17 coding challenge Jonathan made a few contests on his blog (for example this one), and I thought it might be fun to do something similar for C++17.