Use Compile-Time Vectors and Strings with Constexpr

Learn to use compile-time vectors and strings with constexpr.

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C++20 allows the use of constexpr in several new contexts. This provides improved efficiency, in that these things may be evaluated at compile time, instead of run time.

How to do it

The specification includes the ability to use string and vector objects in constexpr context. It's important to note that these objects may not themselves be declared constexpr, but they may be used in a compile-time context:

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