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My top 5 C++11 language features #3 - ‘export’ removed

JT @ Embarcadero – My next top C++11 feature is actually a feature discontinuation. Many of you C++ programmers may not be aware of the ‘export’ keyword that was introduced in C++98 because very few compilers supported it (Borland and Comeu are the only ones I of which I am aware when using the EDG front-end). The purpose of this keyword was to allow a C++ developer to write a template declaration in a standard header file but be able to put the implementation in a source file. Sounds like a good idea for may reasons, right? As it turns out, it wasn’t a highly desired feature by most C++ ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? J T @ 2012-11-15 01:08

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