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June 2019

— One if because of the check wether T is bindtype

— Unless you use template specialisation

— In which case its only wasting excutable size because it generates the same code twice

— Templates are a bad joke tbh

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— #include <iostream>
#include <algorithm>
#include <functional>
int main() {
a = std::ref(std::cout « "hello") {a.get() « " worldn";}();
}

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