More Details to Formatting User-Defined Types in C++20

Implementing a formatter for a user-defined type having more than one value in C++20 is challenging.…

Formatting User-Defined Types in C++20

Additionally, to the basic types and std::string, you can also format user-defined types in C++20. So…

The Formatting Library in C++20: The Format String (2)

In my last post, "The Formatting Library in C++20: The Format String", I presented a few of the format…

The Formatting Library in C++20: The Format String

I introduced "The Formatting Library in C++20" in my last post. Today, I will dive deeper into the format…

The Formatting Library in C++20

Today, I will start a series about the formatting library in C++20. The series is based on my C++20…

std::span in C++20: More Details

A std::span represents an object that refers to a contiguous sequence of objects. Today, I want to write…

The autogenerated Equality Operator

You can define the three-way comparison operator or request it from the compiler with =default. But…

A Coroutines-Based Single Consumer – Single Producer Workflow by Ljubic Damir

I'm happy to present in this guest post by Ljubic Damir a typical use-case for coroutines: a producer…

A Bug in the Priority Scheduler for Coroutines

In my last two posts, I presented priority schedulers for coroutines. The schedulers had a bug. First…

An Advanced Priority Scheduler for Coroutines

Today, I use the straightforward scheduler from the post "A Priority Scheduler for Coroutines" and improve…