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  • An Introduction to Reflection in C++

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. You are working on a messaging middleware, a game engine, a UI library, or any other large software project that has to deal with an ever-growing, ever-changing number of objects. These objects have many different qualities but can be grouped by their functionality: they can be sent across the network or collided with or rendered.

  • Stop calling "Function Objects" "Functors"

    I’ve noticed that in the C++ vernacular, function objects are frequently referred to as functors.

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