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983df190a685d0c33bd9f2c26fee099b272dd2ba — Ryan Chan 2 years ago b7a9a13
Move excerpt line for "C++ const-correctness in 2020"
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M _posts/2020-02-11-cpp-const-correctness.md
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It has been a while since I last wrote something for the blog. This should only
take about a minute.

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I don't know if writing C++ used to be fun. But it sure isn't any more.

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> A [`constexpr`][constexpr] specifier used in an object declaration or
> non-static member function (until C++14) implies `const`.