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July 2019

β€” Yeah

β€” We can steal from a lvalue alsoπŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚

β€” Std types are described "lightly", standard doesn't cover all usecases. I believe std types are allowed to stay in unspecified state after move. But move can be well specified for your own type

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β€” Correct. As I said, moving is choosing overload


I've been asking about whether I can check the validity of the object in the compile time?!

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β€” Answer is no

β€” Thank you

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β€” You can't do it in runtime also

β€” May be someone knows here.
How can I debug signals using vscode? It just doesn't stop on breakpoint if signal catched.
I am debugging it with lldb now but it's not much convenient.

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