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Usage of '_HAS_CPP0X' macro in Visual C++ compiler

, 24 Jan 2012 CPOL
Consider the following scenario:Your team provides libraries for use in other, unspecified applications. When designing your API, you have to consider the fact that not every customer will have access to the newest compiler.Let's say you develop a Vector class that looks like...
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