Thread-Safe Initialization: Constant Expressions

This lesson gives an overview of thread-safe initialization in the perspective of concurrency in C++ with Constant Expressions

Constant expressions are expressions that the compiler can evaluate at compile time; they are implicitly thread-safe. Placing the keyword constexpr in front of a variable makes the variable a constant expression. The constant expression must be initialized immediately.

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