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83facd1d152d42b3839eb6576d60aa3878cbf3d0 — williamvds 3 months ago b8c6c27
One-Definition -> One Definition
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The general suggestion in C++ is that any functions defined in headers should be
marked `inline`, to avoid running afoul of the One-Definition Rule.
marked `inline`, to avoid running afoul of the One Definition Rule.
C++ has a few more options, which may be more appropriate in certain contexts.

### C++'s `constexpr` and `consteval`