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Intuition Behind X86 "lea" Instruction

During the last meeting of the North Denver C++ Meetup, some people mentioned that lea is more confusing than other instructions. lea is an acronym for "load effective address." The usual…

When does a C++ temporary object die?

A lot of operations of C++ require temporary values. Using them before their destruction is imperative. However, not all C++ programmers I met have a solid understanding of when a temporary expire…

C++ Lambda Tutorial

C++ lambda expression is a construct added to C++ back in C++11, and it continues to evolve in each version of the C++ standard. A core part of the language nowadays, lambda expressions enable…