Functional programming using bind

Since the introduction of the STL (Standard Template Library) the use of functors has been a prevalent part of writing C++. Most of the STL algorithms require the use of a functor. For example, the std::transform requires a function object that, given an input of the current value of the current position, it will return a new value what will be used to modify the current value.
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Sorry for the lack of recent content

Hey everyone (I assume someone reads this blog), it’s beenĀ a while since my last blog post. I have no real excuse other than to say I decided I need to take a little personal time to recharge my batteries. I’m back now and will be aiming to publish a new technical article on a weekly basis. Meanwhile, I’ve also decided to resurrect my Tumblr account (currently, it just redirects here). Continue reading