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Delegates: C++11 vs. Impossibly Fast - A Quick and Dirty Comparison

, 31 Jan 2014
A quick comparison of the C++11 lambda/delegate approach vs. Sergey Ryazanov's 'Impossibly Fast Delegates.'
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