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Today, I write about two topics: alias templates and template parameters. Alias templates are a way to give a name to a family of types. Template parameters can be types, non-types, and templates themselves.
In my last post "Class Templates", I presented the basics about those. Today, I may surprise you with the inheritance of class templates and the instantiation of member functions of class templates.
A function template represents a family of functions. Accordingly, a class template represents a family of classes. Today, I want to introduce class templates.
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In the last post "Function Templates", I wrote about the overloading of function templates and automatically deducing the return type of a function template. Today, I dive deeper and specify explicitly the template arguments of a function template and bring concepts into the play.
A function template is a family of functions. In this post, I want to dive deeper into function templates.
The idea of this post is quite simple. I want to visualize templates and, in particular, the process of template instantiation. Thanks to C++ Insights, this visualization is pretty easy.
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