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C++ and STL. How portable is JH?

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--- Quote from: Sereg on December 16, 2016, 20:13 ---For the time being, this thread is over my head, but as I'm trying to learn C#... I might ask some of you for help at some point =P

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Stackoverflow is your friend

You're welcome to ask. I happen to know some C#, though it was in 2007.


--- Quote from: thelaptop on December 16, 2016, 21:04 ---It's closer to Java than C++ in terms of family and behaviour.

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Those words.  We don't say those words out loud.
Those words upset the code monkeys.

Kornel Kisielewicz:
Worth noting - JH uses a custom scratch built STL, much closer to EASTL, but based on the C++17 standard documents.

Hope you don't spend too much time reinventing STL. After all, they still develop EASTL, not sure if in C++17.
People have already reinvented/augmented STL a couple of times.
Got links here.


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