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Fun with Tuples in C++11

In C++11, std::tuple was introduced. What is it good for? Why would you use it? Isn't it just a simple generalization of std::pair? Come and see why not, and what you can do with tuples!!!

This presentation was developed by Marshall Clow (@mclow) of Qualcomm, Boost, LLVM/Clang, and the Standards Committee, but Marshall is unable to attend in person so Jon Kalb (@_JonKalb) will be presenting his material in his place.

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  • Iker J.

    Can't attend :(, will the slides be available?

    October 7, 2013

  • Jon K.

    I know that we have a lot of interest in C++ and std::tuple is an important new feature.

    October 3, 2013

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