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Compile the following program and have the compiler output annotated assembly (cl.exe /FAs test.cpp): template <typename T> void foo(T){} template <typename T> struct Foo { void func(){} }; ext…
Created on 11/24/2014 (updated 9 hours ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1038465  | 
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According to the C++ standard, a type is POD if it is trivially default-constructible, trivially copyable and has standard layout. However, is_pod incorrectly returns false for types that have user-d…
Created on 11/7/2014 (updated 2 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 1 comment | feedback id: 1023608  | 
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We have a large'ish C++ code base of some 180 projects in a single solution. It uses Qt heavily, and therefore has a number of calls to external tools, such as moc. We use CMake, and normally use it …
Created on 9/15/2013 (updated 2 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 800760  | 
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The code listed below is valid to the best of my knowledge, and compiles under both Clang and GCC. However, Visual C++ produces a cryptic error message instead: error C2893: Failed to specialize fun…
Created on 3/17/2013 (updated 29 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 6 comments | feedback id: 781537  | 
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The isdigit/isalpha/is____ family of C functions found in the ctype.h header are all documented as yielding undefined behavior if passed a value that does not lie within the interval 0x00-0xff. Howev…
Created on 11/14/2012 (updated 101 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 4 comments | feedback id: 771046  | 
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This is not legal C++, and it has no meaningful interpretation: char* p = new char[]; According to the C++ standard, the syntax is defined as follow: direct-new-declarator: [ expression ] direct-ne…
Created on 9/12/2012 (updated 91 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 762315  | 
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