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July 2019

— #awesomeness

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

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— Wtf!?

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— #noendl

— Have a look at these :
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6WeEMlmrfOI
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GMqQOEZYVJQ

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— #reference-the-standard

— Https://www.bfilipek.com/2019/05/ref-cpp-standard.html

— #ossu

— Https://github.com/ossu/computer-science/blob/dev/README.md#core-cs

— #findprojects

— 1. Go to github.com
2. Tap on search.
3. Use advanced search.
4. Select your working language.
5. Press the search button.
6. Hover through the repositories and select one of them.
7. Fork it.
8. Do what you want to do.
9. Make a pull request so that the "original owner" can look at the changes and merge them if he feels the need to.
10. Voila!

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— Best app for c++ compilition on Android??

— Why.