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comment If null is bad, why do modern languages implement it?
What about in the finalizer of such an object, where the object is finalized because the code that was supposed to fill in the reference threw an exception? C++ solves that problem by not destructing objects that weren't fully constructed :)
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answered How to best protect from 0 passed to std::string parameters?
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comment How to make the switch to C++11?
g++ -std=c++11
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revised In functional programming, are local mutable variables with no side effects still considered “bad practice”?
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comment Programming by Intention, Depth-First or Breadth-First?
@MichaelT Sure, Programming by Intention.
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