Episode 91 of C++ Weekly. Using Lippincott Functions by Jason Turner About the show: In this episode Jason demonstrates what a Lippincott function is, how to use one, and how they might be used to greatly reduce the amount of generated code when writing templated functions that handle exceptions.
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