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GeneralRe: Is the new C++ as easy to use as Python? Pin
Dean Roddey10-Apr-19 8:01
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jschell21-Apr-19 7:18
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Dean Roddey wrote:
collective C++ community could have (in all these years) managed to get standard and portable and reasonable subsets of at least a large core set of commonly required functionality into the language itself


Rather certain that the C++ community specifically does not want to do that.

There was a magazine called the 'C++ Users Journal' which had at least one columnist and perhaps two that were active participants (and perhaps chairs) on the ANSI C++ committee. From what they wrote over years, as I recall, there were specific attempts to move additional libraries into the core language and those were rejected basically unanimously. Even getting templates in there and the template libraries was a fight.
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